FRANCK RIBERY’S home was ransacked while he played in Fiorentina’s win over Parma on Sunday.
The Frenchman, 37, has been left fearing for the safety of his wife and children.
When Ribery was playing during the Serie A match, thieves broke into his family home.
Goal report that they escaped with two Rolex watches, a Cartier bracelet, some gold jewellery and up to 10 of his wife’s designer bags.
There was nobody in the house at the time as his family were staying in Munich.
But the former Bayern Munich star shared a video of the aftermath to his social media pages.
Clothes were thrown all over the floor, bags were ripped open and some of the furniture had been pushed over.
He has released a statement to his Twitter and Instagram pages after the incident.
Ribery wrote: “After this victory against Parma, I came back home.
“This ‘home’ in Italy, a country in which I decided to pursue my career after so many beautiful years in Munich.
“This is what I discovered… So yes, my wife lost a few bags, some jewellery, but ‘al hamdoulillah’ it’s not essential.
“What shocks me is the feeling of being naked. To have your pants taken down and that feeling, it doesn’t pass. I can’t accept it.
“Thank God my wife and children were safe in Munich, but how can we trust [our surroundings]anymore today?
“But passion or not, my family comes first. And we will take the necessary decisions.”