Real Madrid's players have been urged to take more care on social media after Lucas Vazquez became the latest to have his property burgled.
Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane, Raphael Varane and midfielder Isco had their houses targeted earlier this month as members of the footballing elite in the Spanish capital fall victim.
Vazquez, according to AS in Spain, returned from a summer holiday on the Balearic Islands to discover a number of possessions had been stolen while he and his family were away.
Vazquez was away with wife Macarena Rodriguez as they celebrated the wedding of team-mate Sergio Ramos.
The rise in victims in the Real squad has seen club bosses reiterate to players the care that needs to be taken on social media.
Frequent activity on social media platforms such as Twitter and Instagram is believed to be helping opportunists locate the properties of the squad around the city.
Spanish police are reported to be stepping up their efforts to end the spike in burglaries on footballers in Madrid.
Barcelona's squad has seen five players fall victim in Jordi Alba, Philippe Coutinho, Gerard Pique, Arthur and Kevin-Prince Boateng.
Atletico Madrid striker Alvaro Morata was a recent high-profile case as his family were left traumatised while he was away on international duty.
Morata's wife, Alice, and twin sons, Alessandro and Leonardo, were inside along with a nanny when armed robbers raided the home, although nobody was hurt in the incident.