Three staff members at the hospital where Sir Alex Ferguson was treated for a brain haemorrhage are being investigated for illegally accessing the former Manchester United manager's medical records.
The two doctors and senior hospital consultant implicated had no responsibility for Ferguson's care at Salford Royal as he fought for his life this summer, according to The Sunday Times.
At least two nurses are also being questioned after an audit of the computers at the hospital brought to light the possible invasion of Ferguson's privacy.
Ferguson, who stepped down as United manager in 2013 after 26 years in charge, required an emergency operation in early May after suffering a brain haemorrhage.
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