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Paris Saint-Germain Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, Partner Attacked And Robbed In Paris

In what comes a shocking news to the world of football, PSG goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and his partner were attacked and robbed in their home in Paris.

Gianluigi Donnarumma with his partner Alessia Elefante.
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In what comes a shocking news to the world of football, PSG goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and his partner were attacked and robbed in their home in Paris.

It is learned that the couple were targeted by people who tied them up in their flat, Paris police sources told the French media.

Donnarumma and his partner later escaped the scene and seeked refuge in a nearby hotel.

An alarm was raised by the hotel staff and post that, the couple were then taken to a hospital.

"An investigation has been opened on charges of armed robbery in an organised gang and aggravated violence following the events that took place overnight at Mr Donnarumma's place," a spokesperson for Paris prosecutor's office told the BBC.

Some unconfirmed reports on the news site Actu17 have said that the attackers stole jewellery, watches and luxury leather goods worth as much as €500,000 (£430,000) from the couple's home.

The footballer was lightly injured while his partner, model Alessia Elefante, was unharmed, sources told AFP.

According to famous football transfer pundit Fabrizio Romano, the PSG goalie will now travel to Japan will travel to Japan, as planned.


(With Agency inputs)

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