BREAKING NEWS-Isak’s home gets raided in midweek by robbery gang

According to The Sun, the apartment of the Sweden international was reportedly targeted 48 hours before he played for Newcastle against Fulham on Saturday. At 10 PM on Thursday, the forward’s residence in Northumberland was burglarized, and the police were informed.

According to reports, the group gained access to the property by entering through the rear patio doors earlier that evening. The existence of the 24-year-old’s family at home at the event is uncertain. Subsequently, authorities found an abandoned vehicle at a distance of three miles, and law enforcement verified that it had been unlawfully taken. As of now, no individuals have been apprehended. However, there are reports suggesting that this may be the work of a criminal organization known as the ‘away days gang’, which specializes in burglarizing the houses of Premier League footballers while they are away playing matches.

Isak is the second Toons player to experience a burglary in recent years, following the break-in at Joelinton’s residence in January. In January, the Brazilian’s mansion was targeted by robbers while he was at St. James’ Park witnessing his team’s defeat to Manchester City. Law enforcement was promptly sent to the Ponteland residence; however, upon their arrival, the intruders had already vacated the premises. Gangs have specifically singled out English football players such as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Raheem Sterling, and Jack Grealish, with the intention of making money from the vacant residences that these players leave behind while participating in matches.

What are the future prospects for Isak?
Isak has played a vital role in Eddie Howe’s team on the field and has been instrumental in their pursuit of qualifying for European competition in the upcoming season. He will participate in the upcoming match between Newcastle and Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, April 13th.

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