Manchester United's dressing room mole has been uncovered, it has been revealed.
The National says interim boss Ralf Rangnick has been forced to put up with plenty of stories managing to make their way into the press since he was appointed just before Christmas.
It was a similar situation towards the end of his predecessor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's reign, but those at the top of the club are content it will not happen moving forward.
There wasn't much of a 'new manager bounce' under Rangnick and even if results did slightly improve initially. And that has not been helped by the fact that many details intended to be kept private have found their way into public domain.
There have been accusations aimed at different players from fans on social media trying to determine who is behind the leaks. The National report that it will not be a concern beyond this summer, which is a huge positive for incoming boss Erik ten Hag.
An internal investigation was launched by the club and it would seem as if they have found the culprit.
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