The 34-year-old has failed to get a permanent residence, and recent reports suggest that masked robbers raided the hotel where he stays, stealing thousands of pounds in jewelry and cash.
Messi waved to the fans from the balcony upon his arrival at Le Royal Monceau, and it has now been found that a gang mounted the outside of the building and entered after unlocking the balcony door.
According to the Daily Star, the crooks broke into the floor above Messi's suite and plundered four rooms.
When a female guest who was a victim of the event arrived the next day, she discovered a £3,000 gold necklace is gone, as well as £500 earrings and £2,000 in cash.
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