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Football Leaks hacker makes Man City threat over unreleased documents

Football Leaks hacker Rui Pinto claims to have handed over evidence with "criminal relevancy" to Manchester City after helping the Premier League investigation over 115 charges.

Pinto hacked emails relating to City staff that were published in German newspaper Der Spiegel, leading to investigations by UEFA and the Premier League into the club's financial arrangements. A two-year Champions League ban handed out by UEFA was overturned at the Court of Arbitration for Sport, while the Blues will find out next year the outcome of the hearing into the 115 Premier League charges that they strongly deny.

Speaking from a safe-house having been in the witness protection programme since 2020, Pinto told the OffShore-Alert Marbella Conference that the documents he obtained were part of the Premier League investigation. He also added that there were more unreleased files that would show "criminal relevancy".

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"The Man City releases showed amounts of money being paid into by the club that were not mentioned to the football authorities," he said. "These documents formpart of the Premier League investigation into City.

"I have now handed five hard drives to French and German authorities with millions of documents, including more on City and I have described what is on each. I am confident they will find criminal relevancy."

City refuted all the accusations from UEFA in 2020, and were vindicated at CAS when their only punishment was for not co-operating with an investigation whose leaks were described by a previous arbitration panel as "worrisome". The club