“How can we trust our environment today?”: Franck Ribery warns Fiorentina that he can leave Italy to protect his family after the French star discovers that his house has been broken into with bags and jewelry stolen
- Franck Ribery helped Fiorentina on Sunday to beat Parma 2-1 in Serie A.
- However, the Frenchman was forced into the second half with an ankle injury
- When he got home, he discovered that his house had been broken into during his absence
- Ribery revealed that some bags and jewelry had been stolen from his home
Franck Ribery has warned Fiorentina that he could leave Italy to protect his family after finding out that his house had been broken into during his absence.
Ribery helped Fiorentina 2-1 on Sunday towards Parma in Serie A, but he was eliminated in the second half with an ankle injury.
And to make matters worse after the game, Ribery came home to discover that his house had been invaded while he was gone.
Franck Ribery discovered that his house had been broken into when he was in Parma with Fiorentina
The Frenchman posted a video of his home after the break-in as he expressed frustration
Ribery, who posted a video of the damage the thieves had left his house, revealed that his wife had stolen some bags while jewelry was also being taken.
“When I returned from the victory over Parma, I went home,” he wrote. ‘This’ home’ in Italy, a country where I decided to continue my career after so many wonderful years in Munich.
“This is what I discovered … So yes, my wife lost some bags, some jewelry, but Alhamdulillah was nothing essential.
“What shockes me is the feeling that I have my pants down. I don’t like it!
Thank goodness my wife and children were safe in Munich, but how can we trust [our surroundings] today?
Ribery said that his wife, Wahiba (pictured), had stolen some bags while jewelry was also being taken
The Frenchman said that his wife and children were safe in Munich during the burglary
‘How can I? Do we feel good here today after what happened? I don’t have to chase millions, we have everything we need Thank God, but I always chase the ball because it’s my passion.
“Passion or not, but my family comes first and we will make the necessary decisions for our well-being.”
Fiorentina president Rocco Commisso called the Frenchman after hearing the news that Ribery’s house had been broken into.
And Commisso also made the following statement: “I am very disappointed and shocked by what happened to Franck Ribery on Sunday evening.
The 37-year-old has warned Fiorentina that he could leave Italy to protect his family
“We all want to send all our support to Franck and his wonderful family. Apart from the financial loss, these events are very traumatic for the victims as you can lose personal items of sentimental value that nothing can replace.
More importantly, you lose the sense of security that we should all feel when we leave our families – our wives, our children – at home.
“We will do everything we can to make Franck feel safe again and help him through this difficult time. I am sure that the Fiorentina family will show solidarity with Franck by making him feel the love we all have for him. ‘
Ribery joined Fiorentina in 2019 from Bayern Munich, after spending 12 years with the Bundesliga giants.