Pep Guardiola’s email ‘hacked by rogue IT worker who tried to sell them for £100,000’

Pep Guardiola’s emails ‘hacked by rogue IT worker who tried to sell them for £100,000’… and said they included discussions ‘relating to Matthijs De Ligt and Sokratis Papastathopoulos’ by the Manchester City manager

Man City boss Pep Guardiola has reportedly been targeted by an IT hackerA man was arrested by Greater Manchester Police earlier this weekHe claimed to have accessed players’ personal details and transfer talks

Pep Guardiola has reportedly been targeted by a hacker who tried to sell his private emails for £100,000.

A man was arrested by Greater Manchester Police this week after hacking into the Manchester City boss club email account while working at their Etihad base in 2017.

He claims to have got access to players’ personal details and records of transfer talks, according to The Sun.  

Pep Guardiola has reportedly been targeted by a hacker who tried to sell his private emails

The IT worker also claimed it was the ‘easiest thing I’ve ever had to do’ after accessing every email to and from the 49-year-old.

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