FORMER Arsenal star Sead Kolasinac's home was robbed while his partner and daughter were inside.
The footie star was at the Velodrome stadium on Friday when the burglars broke into his home while his partner and their daughter were inside.
Kolasinac married his wife Bella in 2019 and they share a daughter together named Soleil.
They were not hurt but they've been left "traumatising" by the invasion, 20 Minutes reports.
The Bosnian international insists on finding a way to ensure his family's safety as soon as possible.
The damage to the property is currently unknown.
The robbery occurred three years after he fought off two moped thugs who tried to mug him and his team-mate Mesut Ozil in North London.
Dramatic footage released at the time, showed Ashley Smith, 30, and Jordan Northover, 26, pulling up alongside Ozil’s parked Mercedes jeep after he drove to defender Kolasinac’s home to collect the new timepiece.
Northover climbs off the moped, pulls out the skewer and jabs it at Kolasinac, who had been leaning into the jeep chatting to Ozil.
The weapon appears to strike the footballer’s arm twice.
The clip showed Kolasinac nicknamed 'The Tank,' preparing to chase off the two blade-wielding muggers.
He throws the first punch as the duo drove off.
Kolasinac then jumped into best friend Ozil’s jeep and sped away in Hampstead, North West London.
The moped robbers, described by witnesses as dressed “ninja-style”, followed the footballers until they took refuge at a Turkish restaurant