Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli was robbed with a knife after assailants broke into his North London home in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Five people – including Alli, 24 – were at home at the time of the robbery, with the England star's brother, his girlfriends and another friend also present.
Police confirmed that two of the male residents were beaten during the incidents, with reports that Alli was one of the attackers.
Reacting to the theft attack, Alli wrote on Twitter Wednesday night: “Thanks for all the messages.
"Horrible experience, but we're all fine now. Enjoy the support.”
Police said in a statement that no arrests have been made at the moment, while investigations continue.
“Two men entered the property and stole jewelry items, including watches, before fleeing.
“Two male occupants suffered minor injuries to the face after being attacked. They did not need hospital treatment. "
Spurs sent a message of support to Alli with a club spokesman saying: “We have offered our support to Him and to those who are isolating with him. We encourage anyone with any information to help the police with their investigation to come forward. "
The incident comes two months after the family of Alli's teammate at Tottenham, Jan Vertonghen, was assaulted by men armed with knives at his home in North London.
The robbery of Vertonghen's home occurred while he was in Germany for the Spurs Champions League second-round tie against RB Leipzig in March.
Alli scored nine goals in 35 Spurs games when the season was canceled in March due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Premier League teams may return to training next week, with players unsure of their scheduled return to speak to the club's captains in the next 24 hours.
League captains held a meeting with the Premier League and medical experts on Wednesday afternoon to discuss protocols that will be adopted to ensure that training is as safe as possible.
Premier League clubs can start training again next Tuesday, if the proposals are supported by players and officials and approved by the government and Public Health England.
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