Liverpool tip representative spending list

Liverpool spent some-more than £14m on agents’ fees to lead a latest

Premier League list 

that shows sum payments during £129.86m – adult £15m from final year.

Manchester United’s fees scarcely doubled to only underneath £14m while Arsenal’s roughly tripled to around £12m.

The Football League  

also published a agents’ fees list with Cardiff City a biggest spenders in a Championship.

The Bluebirds spent £2,828,133, with a sum cost by Championship clubs amounting to £26,124,044.

League One clubs spent £3,167,964, with Wigan Athletic’s fees totalling £1,461,088. The Latics were relegated from a Championship final season.

League Two’s biggest spenders were Portsmouth, who spent £268,175.

League One side Bury, and League Two twin Accrington and Hartlepool did not compensate any income in agents’ fees.

The Premier League and Football League totals were distributed in a duration from 1 Oct 2014 to 30 Sep 2015.

Premier League list of agents’ fees (in sequence of spending with final year’s total in brackets)

Total: £129,857,560 (£115,261,136) *promoted clubs

Liverpool

£14,301,464 (£14,308,444)

Manchester United

£13,881,814 (£7,975,556)

Manchester City

£12,429,380 (£12,811,946)

Chelsea

£11,961,206 (£16,771,328)

Arsenal

£11,928,584 (£4,293,407)

West Ham

£7,049,001 (£6,380,339)

Tottenham

£5,987,052 (£10,983,011)

Newcastle

£5,946,031 (£3,876,250)

Southampton

£5,391,172 (£2,766,444)

Stoke

£5,308,545 (£3,986,850)

Aston Villa

£4,986,058 (£2,577,866)

Crystal Palace

£4,719,931 (£2,200,797)

Everton

£4,479,432 (£5,753,269)

Swansea

£4,250,030 (£3,784,090)

Leicester

£4,057,727 (£1,608,418)

Sunderland

£3,404,540 (£5,276,674)

West Brom

£3,342,217 (£3,493,745)

Norwich City*

£2,484,285 (not available)

Bournemouth*

£2,328,862 (£709,231)

Watford*

£1,620,229 (£355,750)

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