Thieves Raid Homes Of Inter Stars Patrick Vieira & Sulley Muntari, Steal €1Million Of Goods - Report

Goods reportedly worth €1million have been stolen from both men's houses in Milan, according to reports in Italy...
Inter midfielders Patrick Vieira and Sulley Muntari have become the latest footballers to fall victims of crime after their homes in Milan were burgled during the derby della Madonnina.

According to Tuttosport, thieves allegedly raided both men's homes after smashing their way through windows. Cash, jewellery, watches and high-tech gadgets were stolen. The report claims Vieira has lost valuables worth up to €800,000, while team-mate Muntari's damages amount to €200,000.

It's not the first time criminals have picked on Muntari. Back in May the Ghana international had his €17,000 watch stolen after he was mugged in Milan. On the same day, thieves tried to steal his car from outside his home before he chased them away.

Despite the report from Tuttosport, neither player has yet moved to substantiate the claims.

Salvatore Landolina,