Spurs listed fourth in Premier League agent payments

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It has been revealed that Tottenham Hotspur paid £6.1million to agents from October 2008 to September 2009.

Spurs were fourth on the Premier League list behind Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool.

An FA spokesperson said: “We are pleased that, through these new requirements, clubs are bringing greater transparency to the domestic transfer market.

“For the first time, there will be a game-wide picture of the level of spending on agents. The leagues and other key stakeholders have been fully supportive, following the example set by the Football League with its publication of Agents’ Fees over the last few years.”

The full list:

Arsenal – £4,760,241
Aston Villa – £1,708,374
Birmingham – £974,982
Blackburn – £1,610,885
Bolton – £3,166,611
Burnley – £468,398
Chelsea – £9,562,223
Everton – £2,008,407
Fulham – £1,469,258
Hull – £1,599,188
Liverpool – £6,657,305
Manchester City – £12,874,283
Manchester United – £1,517,393
Portsmouth – £3,184,725
Stoke – £716,042
Sunderland – £2,007,040
Tottenham – £6,066,935
Wigan – £5,527,548
West Ham – £3,576,972
Wolves – £1,235,703

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