Le Parisien report this morning that two men (17 & 23) have been arrested over their alleged involvement in a burglary that took place at Dayot Upamecano’s apartment in Neuilly-sur-Seine on the 26th of July.
The French international isn’t the first player who owns property in the Île-de-France region to be targeted by burglary, with Gianluigi Donnarumma and his girlfriend the victims of a home invasion back in July. Despite the arrest of the two suspects alleged to be involved with the burglary, three people broke into the Bayern Munich defender’s house and a fourth person waited outside.
The centre-back wasn’t in the apartment at the time of the burglary, with his mother and brother the regular occupants of the property. Upamecano’s mother woke up at 4am to strange noises and three men in hoodies wearing gloves. The three men stole several phones, bankcards and luxury watches – possessions belonging to Upamecano’s brother. The car that the criminals fled the scene in was also linked to two other robberies in the 5th Arrondissement of Paris.