West Ham have provided their full support to Kurt Zouma, after his house was burgled at the weekend.

Our Hammers captain was at home with his family on Saturday ahead of our clash the following day against Crystal Palace, when raiders entered his property and stole over £100,000 worth of personal items.

The incident understandable has left the player and his family distressed, with the club issuing a formal statement on the Official Website and have offered a reward to anyone with information which can lead to the the arrests of the people responsible.

West Ham United has offered a £25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and successful prosecution of burglars who broke into defender Kurt Zouma’s home on the eve of the Club’s Premier League fixture against Crystal Palace this past weekend.

Kurt’s home was broken into on Saturday while all his family were in the house, leaving everyone present extremely distressed. While thankfully no one was harmed, it was a traumatic experience for the West Ham defender, his wife and their young family.

The burglars took items of significant value and of huge personal and sentimental importance to the family.

The West Ham United family continue to offer Kurt’s family their full support and Joint-Chair David Sullivan has encouraged anyone with information relating to the identity of the burglars to come forward.

He said: “First and foremost, the thoughts of everyone connected to West Ham United are with Kurt and his family. To have someone break into your home is a terrifying experience and I hope this reward will help bring the individuals to justice and prevent others from going through a similar ordeal.”

Anyone who has any relevant information should email confidential@westhamunited.co.uk with as much detail as possible, which will then be shared with the police.