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Explosive Allegations: Whistleblower claims possession of incriminating emails, documents that PROVE Man City breached FFP rules

Football Leaks hacker Rui Pinto has threatened to release hundreds of allegedly incriminating emails and documents that could expose Manchester City’s deliberate violation of Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules. Pinto, currently under witness protection, insists that the evidence he possesses will prove Manchester City’s guilt.

Manchester City is set to face a hearing in November regarding their 115 alleged FFP breaches. Some of the emails Pinto handed over to authorities back in 2018 are believed to form part of the evidence against the club. Pinto’s latest statements may send shockwaves across the Premier League, as the investigation into Manchester City’s finances by UEFA and the Premier League intensifies.

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From his safehouse, Pinto told the OffShore-Alert Marbella Conference via video link: ‘The Man City releases showed amounts of money being paid into by the club that were not mentioned to the football authorities.

‘These documents are from part 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.’

A legal representative for Pinto added: ‘We have been approached by investigators to share information regarding Manchester City that has not been released before.

‘We haven’t released the information yet but we have a massive file of Manchester City-related documents that has yet to be released.

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