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The Telegraph reports that Premier League clubs have spent more than £67 million to agents over the past year, with both Chelsea and Liverpool paying out in excess of £9 million to middle-men.

The overall spend on agents was actually down by £3.55 million compared to 2008-9, although that was explained by the fact that there were fewer transactions in the most recent period.

Indeed, from Oct 1 2009 until Sept 30 2010, agents were paid an average of £90,483 for each transaction compared to £89,258 the previous year.

Chelsea’s spend of £9.29 million came in a year when their main two signings, Ramires and Yossi Benayoun, cost around £23 million. Michael Essien and Nicolas Anelka have also signed new contracts during the past year.

Of this year’s overall total of £67.14 million to agents, the lowest spenders were Ian Holloway’s Blackpool on just £45,000.

Surprisingly, Manchester City were only the third biggest spenders on £5.96 million, with Tottenham the fourth biggest spenders on agents at £5.36 million. In the previous year from 2008-9, Manchester City had paid out comfortably the most on agents at £12.87 million.

Club-by-club totals
Arsenal £3,660,199.00
Aston Villa £2,279,536.50
Birmingham City £1,518,529.09
Blackburn Rovers £1,623,232.92
Blackpool £45,000.00
Bolton Wanderers £3,549,316.72
Chelsea £9,293,751.48
Everton £3,599,040.51
Fulham £2,087,373.55
Liverpool £9,032,528.49
Manchester City £5,952,261.33
Manchester United £2,312,726.00
Newcastle United £2,417,776.00
Stoke City £2,196,968.50
Sunderland £4,421,990.72
Tottenham Hotspur £5,361,229.87
West Bromwich Albion £614,195.73
West Ham United £3,419,089.99
Wigan Athletic £2,461,500.00
Wolverhampton Wanderers £1,291,794.00
Total £67,138,040.40

Source: Telegraph


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