Leicester City star Hamza Choudhury is the latest Premier League player to tighten security at his home by splashed out £50,000 on two security dogs to help combat the threat of being burgled amid coronavirus lockdown.
Foxes man Choudhury, 22, becomes the latest Premier League star to look for support just days after Tottenham star Dele Alli’s home was raided at knifepoint.
With footballers at home under coronavirus lockdown, some have become targets for robbers and criminals looking to take a chance.
According to The Sun though, the Leicester City midfielder is not taking any risks and has bought a Belgian Malinois and a German Shepherd from renowned security firm K9 Chaperone.
The company has already provided dogs to England stars Raheem Sterling, Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford, plus former Manchester United ace Rio Ferdinand and singer Stormzy.
Spurs midfielder Allí has also been in contact with the firm about purchasing one of the mutts since he saw his multi-million-pound mansion looted.
The highly-trained dogs cost between £10,000 and £25,000 and pups come from police and military backgrounds.
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