David Ospina has had his car stolen after thieves performed a bold robbery on his home in Hampstead Garden Suberb, with the vehicle taken on a joy ride and dumped in Wembley Park, as reported by local paper the Ham & High.
The report reveals that the robbery was carefully planned and perfectly timed, with the thieves looking to take advantage of Ospina being away on international duty with Colombia. There were people asleep in the house though, although thankfully nobody was hurt.
The Colombian is currently living in a house formerly inhabited by Wojciech Szczesny, on an exclusive street in Hampstead Garden Suberb. The house was broken into silently, and the thieves then stole the keys and made their getaway in the car.
The report goes on to state that this is merely the latest in a long line of robberies, something that is unlikely to convince Ospina that London is where he belongs.
The shot-stopper has recently been linked with an Emirates exit (via the Daily Star), as he’s apparently unhappy with his lack of first team football.
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His prospects are unlikely to improve with the form Petr Cech is showing, so perhaps a January exit would be best for the former Nice star.