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He is now sitting inside SPIEGEL headquarters in Hamburg.In the 101-million-euro deal between Tottenham Hotspur and Real Madrid, several Spanish banks acted as guarantors -- the same banks that were bailed out during the financial crisis with the help of around 40 billion euros of taxpayer money. Born in Portugal, he is a clever young man who speaks five languages and is learning two more, including Russian.John is also a bon vivant who likes to party through the night with the help of prodigious quantities of beer while keeping guests entertained with his stories.So he handed his data over to SPIEGEL: eight portable hard drives containing documents, including original contracts complete with secret subsidiary agreements, emails, Word files, Excel charts and photos. SPIEGEL spent weeks examining the authenticity of the documents before deciding to share the material with the European Investigative Collaborations (EIC), a consortium of 10 well-respected journalistic outlets in Europe.The data reaches into 2016 and takes up 1.9 terabytes of memory. To enable them to share their findings, an encrypted internet platform was built and the journalists met in Hamburg, Mechelen, Paris and Lisbon to discuss what they had found and talk about additional sources and publication plans.