Ghana midfielder Andre Ayew says he is considering leaving the French side Marseille after he suffered yet another dangerous burglary attack on Sunday night.
The house of the club’s player of the season and his younger Jordan was raided by thugs when they were involved on league action for the club at Caen.
Thier elder brother Rahim, left at home, was frightened at gunpoint.
It is the second time in six months that the Ayew brothers have been robbed.
The first one came in November when travelled with Marseille to play a Champions League game in Slovakia.
And the 21-year-old says he no more feels secured in France and is considering leaving the club.
“Frankly, it’s scary. It makes me reflect on my future Marseille,” he said
The armed men took away a vehicle, their passports, laptops, cell phones, watches and several other belongings.
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