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EPL clubs pay agents $115.9 million in year
December 1st, 2009 7AM

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[MAKING A LIST] Looking for a lucrative profession? Try English Premier League player agent. In the last year (Oct. 1, 2008-Sept. 30, 2009), the 20 EPL clubs paid agents $115.9 for their services representing players or serving as middlemen between teams. Manchester City spent the most, $21.1 million, on deals involving 35 different players. For a club-by-club breakdown of agent spending ...

The figures cover 803 transactions over a 12-month period.

EPL Agent Payments
Man. City $21.1 million
Chelsea $15.7 million
Liverpool $10.7 million
Tottenham $9.9 million
West Ham $9.1 million
Arsenal $7.8 million
Wigan $5.9 million
Portsmouth $5.2 million
Bolton $5.2 million
Everton $3.3 million
Sunderland $3.3 million
Aston Villa $2.8 million
Blackburn $2.6 million
Hull $2.6 million
Man. United $2.5 million
Fulham $2.4 million
Wolves $2 million
Birmingham $1.6 million
Stoke City $1.2 million
Burnley $768,000
TOTAL $115.9 million

 



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