WAGs rally around Raheem Sterling’s fiancée Paige Milian after England stars and families ‘shaken’ by break-in | The Sun

ENGLAND'S WAGs have rallied around Raheem Sterling's fiancée Paige Milian with Three Lions stars and families "shaken" by the break-in.

The England ace’s mansion was targeted by a gang who stole £300,000 worth of watches and designer jewellery.

Cops understand his fiancée Paige Milian, 27, discovered the raid on Saturday night, less than 24 hours before England’s clash with Senegal on Sunday.

The England winger, 27, pulled out of Gareth Southgate’s squad and dashed home after learning of the home invasion.

Sterling is hoping to return to Qatar for Saturday’s quarter final against France — but only if he thinks his home is secured and his family are not at risk.

England skipper Harry Kane, 29, was yesterday helping to calm his teammates "shaken" by the raid.

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A Three Lions source said: “Harry knows the players’ families are really shaken up by what has happened and that is a worry for the players themselves.

“He sees it as his job as skipper to keep the morale of the team up and to focus everyone on the France match.”

And other Wags have reportedly offered Paige their support with the property firm owner and her kids shaken by the ordeal.

Centre-back Harry Maguire also blasted the thugs who targeted Sterling's house.

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Man United star Harry, 29, said: “It’s extremely disappointing to hear that when we are out here playing for our country and giving everything, there are people back home targeting us.

“The game could have gone different and we might have needed Raheem.”

The family moved into the property in Oxshott, Surrey, after Chelsea paid Man City £47.5 million for the winger this summer.

It is understood Paige returned to the UK from Qatar with his three young children after cheering on Raheem in the group stages.

Surrey Police said there were no reports of any threats of violence linked to the incident.

They also dismissed earlier suggestions that the burglars were armed.

However, Raheem plans to beef up security at his home once the police have finished their investigations.

A source said: “He has a firm on stand-by to go straight in to install 24/7 security with enhanced infrared night vision. He’s looking to get dozens of cameras installed.

“And he’s going to employ a security firm to patrol his house night and day, and will keep them in place until the World Cup is over.”

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One of the other Chelsea victims, defender Reece James, 22, was raided by a gang who targeted his home in Cobham, Surrey, in September 2021. They stole his safe containing his Champions League, Super Cup and Euro 2020 medals.

Two other teammates have also suffered similar crimes in recent months, with cops now looking into potential links.

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