Valuables missing as burglars invade Kevin De Bruyne’s Belgian mansion

Valuables missing as burglars invade Kevin De Bruyne’s Belgian mansion

Kevin De Bruyne’s 70-acre mansion in Belgium is reportedly attacked by burglars while away in Saudi Arabia for FIFA Club World Cup.

The break-in reportedly occurred on Saturday, with the Manchester City forward, his wife Michele, and their three children not present at the property in Bolderberg during the incident.

While it has been confirmed that some valuables were stolen, details of the stolen items have not been disclosed.

According to Belgian news outlet HLN, the robbers used a stepladder to access the first floor and gain entry.

De Bruyne purchased the property in 2015 and added amenities such as a pool, jacuzzi, and basketball court.

The 32-year-old midfielder had traveled to Saudi Arabia with his Manchester City teammates, after missing out in their 2-2 Premier League draw with Crystal Palace during the weekend.

De Bruyne and his family reportedly spend most of their time at their residence in Wilmslow, Cheshire, and rarely uses the Belgian mansion.

However, the authorities are said to be investigating the incident, and would provide more details subsequently.

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