Norwich midfielder’s car broken into in London
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Norwich City player Mathias Normann claims to have had his car broken into in the capital.
The midfielder posted on his social media channels to alert fans that items had been nabbed from his car while in London.
A picture on his Instagram story showed the smashed rear window of the 25-year-old's Mercedes Benz, suggesting that all his bags had been stolen from the vehicle.
The caption said: “Got robbed. All bags with documents. London.”
On loan from Russian team Rostov, the Norwegian has proven himself to be an influential player since his loan move in the summer.
But since signing with the Premier League strugglers, Normann has been plagued by a re-occurring pelvic injury.
Normann is currently out after undergoing surgery before Christmas, with his last appearance cut short early on in November's 0-0 league draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Carrow Road.
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The Metropolitan Police has been contacted for comment.