Jordon Ibe Bournemouth forward robbed in London

According to the UK Sun, a £25,000 Rolex was robbed from the player who is eligible to play for Nigeria.

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Jordon Ibe play Jordon Ibe was attacked by robbers in London (Getty Images)
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Premier League star Jordan Ibe was on Sunday, November 6 attacked by robbers who stole his £25,000 Rolex.

Ibe who plays for Bournemouth was in his car when the robbers rammed his vehicle in Surrey Qurays, South, South-east London.

According to Scotland Yard, detectives are still investigating the attack on Ibe, which took place near Surrey Quays Underground station at about 1.45pm.

Jordon Ibe play The Bournemouth star was attacked while he was driving (Instagram/JordonIbe)

 

"One of the suspects threatened the victim with a knife before stealing his watch. The victim was not injured,” a Met Police spokesperson said.

"At this early stage, officers are investigating whether the suspects intentionally collided with the victim's car."

According to the UK Sun, a £25,000 Rolex was robbed from the player who is eligible to play for Nigeria.

The 20-year-old earns around £10,000 per week at Bournemouth.

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