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How much your club spent on agent fees from 2022 to 2023

In this article, we take a look at how much your club from the Premier League, EFL and Non League spent on agent fees from 2022 to 2023.

The intermediaries received £318.2m, an increase from the £272.6m in the previous year.

Manchester City paid £51.56m for the highest amount. This period also includes the signing Norwegian international Erling Haland.

Borussia Dortmund paid City a £51.2m release provision. It is widely believed that there were large agents’ fees and salary involved.

Chelsea signed 15 important signings including loans and are next at £43.16m. Liverpool paid £33.69m, Manchester United £24.73m.

Although Nottingham Forest signed more top-flight players in the two previous transfer windows, they paid the lowest amount of agents’ fees (£4.35m).

Burnley, Watford, and Norwich were the three teams relegated to the Championship last year. They spent more than £4m on agents’ fees. This is the second-highest in the second tier. Reading, on the other hand, spent only £200,323.

Derby spent more than £1m, despite being relegated into League One. However, the club claims that £760,000 was “historic debt” and was paid.

Stockport County, newly promoted, spent nearly twice as much as any League Two club – £236,944. Wrexham, a National League promotion hopeful, spent £163,737 more than any other club in this league, except County.

Fifa regulations on working alongside intermediaries were introduced in 2015 and require the FA to publish data.

Premier League clubs spent less than £47m in the first transaction details that were published by FA for 2015-16.

Right then, lets see how much your club spent on agent fees from 2022 to 2023 just click on the following buttons…


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