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The Premier League has published details of its clubs' payments to agents from the period 1 October 2011 to 30 September 2012.

During this period a total of £77,003,130 was spent by the 20 Premier League clubs on agents.

The Premier League agreed in June 2008 that from season 2009/10 onwards each club would publish, on 30 November each season, the total amount it paid to authorised agents during the period 1 October of the previous year to 30 September of that year (encompassing the two transfer windows).

 

The figures published below cover the period from the first of October 2011 to the 30th of September 2012 . There were 806 transactions during this period. Not all of these will have attracted an agent's fee. The amounts shown include payments made by clubs on behalf of players. The figures are inclusive of
• Fees paid to agents by Clubs in respect of acquiring and/or renegotiating Player Registrations.
• Fees paid to agents by Clubs on behalf of players in respect of acquiring and/or renegotiating Player Registrations.
• Fees paid to agents during the defined period relating to previous transaction costs (i.e. Player Registrations prior to 1st October 2008) that have been amortised over the length of a Player Contract.

 

 

Fees paid to agents by Clubs to facilitate the outward transfer of Player Registrations. Player Registrations (transactions) include:

Domestic permanent transfers.
International permanent transfers.
Domestic temporary transfers (loans).
International temporary transfers (loans).
Extension of existing Player Contracts.
First professional registration.
Free transfers.