The French midfielder was playing for his side in the Champions League against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday evening when he said the burglary took place.
He wrote on Twitter: “Last night our family’s worst nightmare was realized when our home was broken into and burglarized while our babies were sleeping in their bedroom.
“The burglars were in our home for less than five minutes but in that time they took from us something more valuable than anything we had in our home… our sense of safety and security.
“This occurred during the final minutes of last night’s match when they knew that we would not be home. My wife and I rushed home not knowing if our children were safe and unharmed.
“As a father there is no feeling worse in this world than not being there to protect your children and I sincerely hope that no one ever has to feel what I felt last night. It is for this reason that I would like to offer a reward for anyone who has a clue to help us. Please send any info to [email protected].”
The latest burglary comes amid a security review from the club to help beef up player’s security after defender Victor Lindelof’s home was targeted earlier this season.
Lindelof’s wife Maja and young family were in his property when the break-in occurred at their property in January, but were not harmed.