The report claims that a group of thieves entered the Georgian’s home in Cuma and stole the player’s car, a Mini Countryman.
The thieves left the scene after stealing the car, with Kvaratskhelia unaware of their presence. He was reportedly sleeping on the second floor when the thugs entered the house to take the car keys.
The 21-year-old immediately called the local police and lodged a complaint at the Pozzuoli police station. Despite the horrible experience, the summer signing for the Naples-based side showed up in Napoli’s training session at Castel Volturno.
The defeat to Liverpool was Napoli’s first loss this season across all competitions. They would not want that the humbling, followed by this instance of theft, somehow destabilize their team morale as Luciano Spalletti’s men lock horns with Atalanta on Saturday.
GIFN | Jyotirmoy Halder