Denis Suarez Responds to Insensitive & ‘Regrettable’ Reporting on Burglary of His House

?Ex-Arsenal loanee Denis Suarez has lashed out at news outlet Mail Online for their insensitive publication of a story regarding the burglary of the Spaniard’s home. 

The headline of the article claimed that Suarez’s house was broken into by thieves, who left empty-handed as ‘there was nothing worth stealing’. 

The former Barcelona star took to Twitter to blast the Mail Online, questioning the integrity of the online outlet, who described Suarez as an ‘Arsenal flop’, as well as mocking the attempted theft of his property.

“What kind of journalism are you? Regrettable. Show a little respect”, he wrote on his social media page.

The article claimed that Suarez was the latest in a list of stars to have their homes burgled in Spain, whilst he was out enjoying New Year’s Eve celebrations with his girlfriend – but nothing of value was found by the thieves. 

The ?ex-Arsenal man was not the first player to be a recent victim of theft in that area, as Barca full-back Nelson Semedo’s house was broken into hours before competing in El Clásico in December

The 25-year-old took issue with the article, blasting the lack of respect shown towards his private life.

Suarez joined Arsenal in January 2019 on a short-term loan from ?Barcelona, but the Spaniard struggled to adapt to the demands of the Premier League, making only four appearances for the Gunners. 

Denis Suarez

The current Celta Vigo star’s time at the Emirates Stadium was cut short by a groin injury he sustained in April, which signalled the end of his miserable period in England. 

Suarez joined Celta in the summer in a deal worth around €13m, and he has become an integral member in their midfield, making 16 appearances for the Spanish side before picking up an ankle injury. 

Despite Suarez’s run in the side, Celta find themselves in the bottom three of La Liga, and they are suffering another turbulent season following last year’s dramatic escape from relegation.


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