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- Man City boss Pep Guardiola is reportedly reported by an IT hacker
- A man was arrested earlier this week by Greater Manchester Police
- He claimed to have access to players' personal data and transfer stories
Pep Guardiola is reportedly targeted by a hacker who did not try to sell his private emails for £ 100,000.
A man was arrested this week by Greater Manchester Police after he was in & # 39; e-mail account of & # 39; e Manchester City boss club had hacked while working on its Etihad base in 2017.
He claims to have access to the players' personal details and records of transfer stories, according to The Sun.
Pep Guardiola was reportedly reached by a hacker who was trying to sell his private email
The IT worker also proved that it was the & # 39; easiest thing I have ever had & # 39; had access to every email to and from the & # 39; s 49-year-old.
He claimed to have access to Guardiola's account from his mobile and personal e-mail messages, confidential transfer exchanges and download his high-profile contact book.
And he revealed that he had seen information about & # 39; possible transfers to City & # 39 ;, and said he had seen conversations that were related to center backs Matthijs de Ligt and Sokratis Papastathopoulos.
The League moved to Juventus from Ajax last summer, while Socratis arrived at Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund in 2018.
He claims to have had access to transfer stories, including Matthijs de Ligt
The hacker also claimed to have contact information for & # 39; each player & # 39; including Vincent Kompany
He also claimed to have contact information for & # 39; every player & # 39; including former keeper Joe Hart and ex-captain Vincent Kompany.
Police officers have apparently done a search in his home and are also investigating his computers, mobile phones and email accounts.
The rough contractor is thought to work for City for two years from 2016 before ending their relationship with the IT company.