Shkodran Mustafi, an ex-Arsenal player, had his home robbed while he was upstairs, with €1 million in cash, jewelry, and clothing seized.

Shkodran Mustafi, a former Arsenal player, is said to have had his home broken into and €1 million stolen while he was upstairs.

In the early hours of Monday morning, April 25, Mustafi’s luxurious property in the Spanish town of Betera, near Valencia, was targeted.

According to the Spanish daily Levante, the burglars broke into his home through a nearby golf course, stealing cash, jewelry, and clothing before fleeing with the booty while the footballer was on the top floor of his villa.

According to reports, the 30-year-old only spotted them when he saw them fleeing with bulging bags.

Spanish authorities may be concerned that Mustafi’s own Instagram posts drew the crooks’ notice.

 Ex-Arsenal star, Shkodran Mustafi

After being relegated with Schalke last season, the former 20-cap Germany international joined Levante on a free transfer.

Alessio Lisci’s team is now in 19th place in LaLiga, six points adrift of safety and tied on points with bottom-placed Alaves.

Levante will play mid-table Valencia and Rayo Vallecano, high-flying Real Sociedad and Real Madrid, and a crucial match against Alaves in their final five games of the season.

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