Top Ex-Manchester City Star Gets Robbed In His Home: Almost Left In Cold Blood

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Nicolas Otamendi got burgled by four radicals in his home who reportedly tied a belt around his neck to force him to do what they are up to.

The robbers were said to have left with watches and cash. The robbery took place in his home in Portugal, , when he was home from a Primera Liga match on 12th December against Famalicao   according to da Manha to Portuguese outlet Correi.

Though investigations are already in place to fish the bastards who attacked the superstar that currently plays for Benfica.

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Sadly enough, the incident also took place when Otamendi’s wife and child were home. The assailants ambushed the defender before he got into the house, forcing him to open the door and inside was the defender’s family in a state of panic. The Portuguese Judiciary Police have already started investigations into the incident, although no arrests have been made thus far. Benfica has since released a statement on the same, saying, Mirror reports: “Benfica confirms that its player Nico Otamendi was the victim of a robbery at his home during the early hours of today. “The player and his family are doing well, despite the enormous discomfort generated by the situation they are experiencing. “Benfica asks that the privacy of the player and his family be respected by all the media, pending the completion of the investigations initiated by the authorities.”

Since the incident, private security agents have been deployed in Otamendi’s home. The defender played the full 90 minutes as Benfica ran out comfortable 4-1 winners over Famalicao, and arrived home in the wee hours of Monday morning. So far, he has made 55 appearances for the Portuguese outfit since moving to Portugal in the summer of 2020 in from Manchester City in a deal that saw Ruben Dias go the other way.

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