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Looking for safety, Arsenal star training this XL pet to protect from burglars

By Mario Perez

Arsenal star David Raya has an XL banned bully to guard him from burglars.

The player is determined to protect his house from possible attacks

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English football players are taking desperate measures to defend themselves from burglars after experiencing a massive wave of crimes and important robberies in their houses, which would have made them look for new actions to avoid raiders and burglars and protect their families.

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In this sense, it would be worth remembering that at the end of last year Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne was stolen while he was in Saudi Arabia competing for the FIFA Clubs World Cup, and recently players like the Liverpool’s playmaker Trent Alexander-Arnold have been forced to hire personal security to defend themselves from fans stalking them.

In this respect, also the Chelsea striker Raheem Sterling was recently reported to have installed a panic room in his house with a security gatehouse and secure phone lines following a previous incident while he was away on World Cup duty in 2022.

Alongside these players, the last star to take desperate measures to defend himself and his family from burglars has been one of the Arsenal top signings in this season, who would have started to train an XL banned bulldog, and would have contacted the company Elite Protection Dogs to train him, as the player would be determined to secure himself and his girlfriend’s safety in North London.

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Who’s the Arsenal player having an XL bully?

This player aiming for protection is the Arsenal Spanish keeper David Raya, whose XL banned bulldog named Goku has an exception certificate to be with him and his girlfriend the model Tatiana Trouboul at home, as Raya proved by pictures posted on his Instagram of the dog, which lives in a secure cage at the couple’s multimillion-pound home and regularly lies down with them in the sofa.


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