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Burglars steal £100,000 worth of items in Lingard home raid

Manchester United and England ace Jesse Lingard was raided by ‘Away Day’ robbers as thieves stole more than £100,000 in clothes and jewellery from his home.

Lingard’s house in Hale, Greater Manchester was raided by a gang of robbers as United visited Aston Villa on January 15 and he has now accepted an offer to sell the mansion.

Lingard was targeted just days before thieves robbed his Manchester United teammate Victor Lindelof when the Swedish international was playing for the Red Devils against Brentford on January 19.

The 27-year-old showed off his luxury five-bedroom house in an episode of MTV Cribs and led the cameras to his dressing room where his clothes, 28 caps and 96 pairs of trainers are kept.

Lingard talked through the importance of the room, explaining how looking at the caps each morning puts him in a positive mood for the start of the day.

The footballer also boasts an impressive wardrobe full of designer suits, shirts and jackets

‘This cap (vs Panama) is very important, my first goal at the World Cup. To actually score, a massive feeling, will remain in my heart, forever.

‘I’m just proud that I represented my country. I did them proud.’

Lingard also boasted of an impressive wardrobe full of designer clothes including suits and a henley jacket.

The mansion is complete with a swimming pool, cinema room and an impressive outdoor play area for his one-year-old daughter which includes a climbing frame and swing.

The footballer has also been using the goal in his garden to practice during lockdown but is now back training with the rest of his team-mates ahead of the Premier League’s restart later this month.

Lingard has a daughter who lives with him in the mansion with his partner Rebecca Halliday

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