The website, in conjunction with investigative work from a number of outlets around the world, most notably Der Spiegel, has published a number of shocking allegations relating to some of the biggest clubs in the world.
We’ve summed up five of the biggest and most remarkable stories Football Leaks have unearthed.
European Super League
One of the first revelations to come out of the latest batch of Football Leaks reports from Der Spiegel regarded the potential formation of a European Super League.
Documents revealed negotiations had taken place between 16 clubs about a new competition to replace the Champions League which would start in 2021.
Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Juventus, PSG and Milan would be the 11 “founding members” who could not be relegated for the first 20 years of the competition.
They would be joined by Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Marseille, Inter and Roma as “initial guests”.
There were also suggestions a second league could be created under the main European Super League, with a date of November 2018 set for the 16 clubs to sign a “binding term sheet”.
One of the most recent allegations comes via Danish newspaper Politiken, who report that Chelsea paid Andreas Christensen’s father Sten around £600,000 over a four-year period from 2012.
Andreas was 15 at the time, and it is suggested the fee was in order to guarantee the defender joined Chelsea.
Such an agreement would break Premier League rules, and so Chelsea disguised the payment by hiring Sten Christensen as a scout, a role he has seemingly never fulfilled. He is, however, goalkeeping coach at Danish club Brondby.
In later internal emails about contract negotiations, Chelsea refer to the payment as a “parental salary”. Both Chelsea and Sten Christensen have declined to comment.
Politiken suggest such schemes are common around the world, but are especially prevalent in England and can occur with players as young as 12.