Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard has now been robbed by thieves of more than £100,000 from his home, MySportDab reports.
Lingard’s home in Greater Manchester got raided by a gang during United’s Premier League match away at Aston Villa on January 15.
Due to the raid, The English midfielder has now decided to sell the mansion.
Lingard got targeted a few days before thieves also attacked Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof.
In an exclusive tour of the luxury five-bedroom house, Lingard showed off the special features to MTV Cribs.
He also showed his dressing room where his clothes, 28 England caps and trainers are kept.
Lingard talked about the room, and revealed that he kept the shirt from every match he plays for England.
‘My most prized possession are my England caps jerseys.
‘I come in here every morning to look at my caps as i prepare for the day.
‘Start the day the best way possible and it gives me a positive mindset.
‘The England cap vs Panama in 2018 is precious to me as it was my first goal at the World Cup.
‘To score for England is a massive feeling and it will forever remain in my heart.
‘I’m proud and happy to represent my country.’
Lingard also showed off his wardrobe full of designer clothes and an expensive jacket.
The Manchester mansion has an impressive outdoor spot to play, a swimming pool, and cinema room.
Lingard used the free space to train regularly during the lockdown.
Raids on Premier League footballers has now increased over the last few months and it is becoming a serious issue.
More to follow…