Football Leaks are pointing to Manchester City again


Documents of football leak published by the German magazine Der Spiegel, which is part of the European Investigative Collaborations (EIC), shows that Manchester City is directly funded by an Abu Dhabi government agency, according to Info Libre, a medium part of the EIC as well.

According to these papers, the City’s main company would have paid million in commissions to soccer agents, violating current law. This medium also points out that the financial operation would have been used as mediator to camouflage your payments to Mediapro.

UEFA has already punished City in 2020 by two -year suspension in European competitions for irregular financing, a sanction repealed by the TAS after an appeal filed by the English club.

Football Leaks documents will show that payments from the company that officially owned the club from 2008 to last year, ADUG, to the club cleared to a government agency in Abu Dhabi, led by Jaldún Al Mubarak, president of the City.

The information indicates that the City may have forced minor players to sign a contract in exchange for some particular amount, against international standards. This is the case of Day of Brahimz, which he signed in 2013 at the age of 14 after preparing a contract with the agency representing the player, owned by Pere Guardiola. This company will receive from ADUG £ 420,000 in the case of convincing the player to sign a professional contract with City, which he did when he was 17 years old. Ang Malagathe club of origin of the player, will receive others € 360,000 by the company Mediapro.

This information also points out that Abu Dhabi-based club sponsoring companies cover only a portion of club payments, most of them led by Sheikh Mansur. And finally it has been taught Robert ManciniSi, former coach of the club, would have received part of his salary through a fictional contract.

ADUG would also have paid, between 2010 and 2015, four million euros and four million pounds in a company operated by Yaya Toure, former Citi player between 2020 and 2018.

Source: La Verdad


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