Marcus Rashford sent his support to Chris Smalling after the former Manchester United defender was reportedly a victim of an armed burglary.
Smalling and his family were said to have been at home in the Appia Antica district of Rome when three men with guns broke into the property and demanded a safe be opened.
The burglars reportedly fled with Rolex watches and jewellery and a small sum of cash.
La Gazzetta dello Sport said that a call to police was made by Smalling’s wife at around 05:00 local time (04:00 GMT) on Friday, with an investigation subsequently launched.
United striker Rashford sent a message to his former club-mate, writing on Twitter: “Thinking about you @ChrisSmalling and your lovely family. So sorry to wake up to the news this morning. Can’t imagine how you’re feeling but I hope you’re ok.”
Smalling has been injured recently and did not play on Thursday when Roma edged past Ajax to reach the Europa League semi-finals, with United awaiting them in the last four.
Thinking about you @ChrisSmalling and your lovely family. So sorry to wake up to the news this morning. Can’t imagine how you’re feeling but I hope you’re ok
— Marcus Rashford MBE (@MarcusRashford) April 16, 2021
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