By Kevin Campbell

23rd Jun, 2022 | 10:40am

Man United news: Pundit fears 'moles' to resurface after footage emerges

Kevin Campbell has suggested “moles” may resurface in the Man United dressing room if the 2022-23 campaign starts badly.

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former Arsenal and Everton striker claimed information is only ever leaked from a dressing room when results are going against you.

On Saturday (18 June), a video emerged online of Red Devils chief executive Richard Arnold meeting a group of disgruntled supporters in a pub.

The 51-year-old addressed a number of issues at Old Trafford during the conversation, with a focus on misspending over the last few years.

As quoted by the Daily Mail (19 June), Arnold also claimed that the two players who leaked stories to the press last season “have now left the club.”

When asked by Football Insider for his reaction to the news, Campbell said: “At one stage it seemed as if stuff was coming out every week.

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“When things are going well at a club, there are never moles in a dressing room. When things start going badly there is this, that and the other.

“Whether it is players, players agents or whatever, that is something you have to deal with. It is good to hear that it has been dealt with as far as they are concerned.

“It will be interesting to see what happens if the season doesn’t start well. Something might pop out of the dressing room then. I wouldn’t be surprised if it did.”

In other news, Marcus Rashford has been told to “suck it up” after Man United footage emerges.