Media: Liverpool paid Manchester City a £1 million settlement after hacking incident
23 September 2019
Liverpool paid a £1 million settlement to Manchester City in 2013 after the Manchester club filed a legal complaint alleging their scouting system had been unlawfully accessed, according to the Times.
Senior figures at two Premier League clubs believe the league should launch an investigation into the matter.
Premier League leaders Liverpool paid a £1 million settlement to title rivals Manchester City after the latter filed a legal complaint alleging their scouting system had been hacked, according to the Times.
The settlement, which had not been revealed until now, took place in September 2013 after the Manchester club hired experts in computer espionage to asses if their scouting system had been unlawfully accessed.
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