Chris Smalling: A gypsy advocate and family robbed by gunmen at home
Gypsy advocate Chris Smalling and his family were the victims of an armed robbery early Friday.
The robbery took place at the home of former Manchester United center-back in the south of Rome, taking luxury watches and jewelery.
Smalling was forced into the hands of three armed men before leaving the house.
Police called home at 5:00 a.m. are investigating the incident and no one has been harmed.
He is understood to be shocked by the incident, but is calm after the situation calms down.
On Thursday evening, the defender was seen from the sidelines with a knee injury Roma secured a joint win in the Europa League quarter-finals About Ajax.
Smalling, who won the last of England’s 31 championships in June 2017, entered Rome in October 2020 with a final deal after being loaned out the previous season.
In February of that year he told BBC Sport how he and his family felt in the Italian capital.