MAN City boss Pep Guardiola yesterday told his mega-wealthy stars they are always being watched on social media — so the “less the criminals know, the better”.
He urged players not to flaunt their wealth online after we revealed raiders terrified Jack Grealish’s family at his new mansion.
The City manager said they should share “not so much on social media — the less they know what you are doing the better. People are waiting. Waiting to see where you are”.
They pressed a panic alarm before the raiders fled with £1million of watches and gems, despite extensive perimeter fencing and security.
On Christmas Day he and Sasha posted a festive photo with their dog Skye, shared with more than 10 million followers.
The England winger also posted a picture of a dining table with a Christmas Day menu.
The Sun can reveal that detectives are speaking to the team that installed the security system at his home.
The ordeal has also left model and influencer Sasha, 27, “absolutely devastated”.
Guardiola said his £100million man, expected to play today against Sheffield United, will find it “tough to process”. He added: “It is what it is today in the modern world.
“Yes it was a bad moment for him and his family but, fortunately, the family was not hurt.”
The player was battered after confronting four raiders who broke into his home in Hale, Greater Manchester, while he was there with his family.
“They have security. But unfortunately it’s happened — it’s happened many times.
“In the UK, in Catalonia where my family lives, many things happen. Today you have to be careful, definitely.
“Unfortunately it happened with Joao Cancelo, which was so scary because the family was being attacked.
“Jewellery, money, whatever — it’s tough — but the family being there is tough to process for Jack, as it was with Joao.”
Cheshire Police are appealing for info on the latest break-in.