The shocking sums of money spent by EFL clubs been revealed in a stunning report by the Daily Mail published on Monday night.
It starts off by explaining how they have seen an 80-page report from the Football League that features clubs anonymously revealing how much they are spending on wages.
It encloses information, described as sensitive, that not even the EFL want you to see.
The highest-paid player in the Championship is at a southern club and on £68,000 a week, whilst the average highest wage across all 18 clubs is £29,000.
The average wage of a highest-paid player in League One is £4,753 per week.
The average squad size in the Championship is 37, one club in the south however are claimed to have 59 players in their squad.
One manager in the Championship is receiving £66,538 a week.
Some coaches are on over £150,000 a year, whilst a sports scientist at a southern Championship club is on £100,000.
One kit man is being paid £50,000 a year, leaving many other kit men across the division shocked by the amount.
Take a look at the numbers across the three EFL divisions revealed by the Daily Mail below…
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