Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik was reportedly robbed at gunpoint on his way home after a 1-0 win over Liverpool in the Champions League at Stadio San Paolo on Wednesday night.
Lorenzo Insigne leaves it late for Partenopei secured vital three point with the 24-year-old Poland international featured for 68 minutes in the encounter in the matchday two.
According to Il Mattino claiming that Milik was in his car heading towards his home at Varcaturo on the Domitian Coast 20km west of Naples at around 2am
when his car was stopped by a high-powered motorcycle blocking the road.
The two assailants - whose faces were entirely covered by helmets - approached the footballer's car and pointed a gun at him, ordering him to hand over his Rolex Daytona watch worth £18,000 before they fled the scene of the robbery with a motorbike.
The Napoli striker report to the nearest police station to report the crime as an investigation has started but the attacks on professional players in the southern Italian city are frequent.
Insigne and his wife were robbed of jewelry, cash and a luxury watch in 2016 and the club captain, Marek Hamsik, was held up at gunpoint in the centre
of the city four years ago and 2013, as was his wife two years before that.