FA have closed the investigation over Liverpool scouts’ spying case on Manchester City, Sky Sports reports.
The Merseyside club, and especially sporting director Michael Edwards, alongside staff members Dave Fallows and Julian Ward have been accused of hacking Manchester City’s databases back in 2012 and 2013.
“The FA has carefully considered the evidence it received in this matter, including information provided by both clubs involved, and has decided not to progress the investigation.” FA spokesman said.
“This is due to a number of factors, including the age of the alleged concerns and the settlement agreed by the two clubs involved.
“As per standard protocol, should The FA receive further information or evidence, the decision not to progress the investigation may be reviewed.”