Man Utd boss to be forced to speak to the BBC

Ferguson has boycotted the BBC following a documentary in 2004.

The BBC claimed Sir Alex’s son, Jason, an agent, was using his father’s status in football to gain influence in the transfer market.

Jason Ferguson was never found guilty of any wrongdoing and Sir Alex insisted he would never speakt to the BBC again.

The Telegraph says United are aware fo the changes in rules and that Sir Alex will be forced to speak to Match of the Day and Radio Five Live.

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp and Blackburn boss Sam Allardyce have also boycotted the BBC following allegations in a seperate documentary.