TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR ARE supporting Jan Vertonghen after his family were robbed at knifepoint while he was away on Champions League duty.
Vertonghen was part of the squad that travelled to Germany for the last-16 second leg with RB Leipzig on Tuesday when four thieves wearing balaclavas raided his home.
They were armed with knives, but Vertonghen’s wife and two children were unharmed.
The Belgium defender is reported to have been made aware of the incident during the 3-0 defeat in Leipzig and boss Jose Mourinho was seen consoling him at full-time.
A Spurs spokesperson said: “We have been supporting Jan and his family through this terribly traumatic time. We encourage anyone who has any information to come forward to help the police with their investigation.”
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police added: “Police were called to a residential address in NW3 at 7.49pm on 10 March to a report of a burglary. Officers attended.