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FA states that Premier League clubs spent £ 263 million on brokerage and agent commissions between February 1, 2019 and January 31, 2020.

The Premier League leader Liverpool was the main investor, paying £ 30.3 million over the 12-month period in question.

Manchester clubs were subsequently on the list. with City spending £ 29 million and United separating with £ 27.6 million.

Burnley spent less than £ 4 million in agents' fees until January 31

Burnley spent less than £ 4 million in agents’ fees until January 31

Chelsea (£ 26.2) was the other club to spend over £ 20 million.

The lowest spenders were Burnley, who paid only £ 3.9 million, with Norwich (£ 4.9 million) and Sheffield United (£ 4.3) spending less than £ 5 million.

League clubs paid £ 49 million on brokerage and agent fees for the same period, but the figures were much lower along the pyramid.

League One clubs paid £ 3.9 million, League Two clubs £ 1.7 million and only £ 319,000 were spent by National League clubs and below.

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