Barclays Premier League clubs have revealed they spent 70.7million pounds on agents' fees last season, reports the Daily Mail.
Manchester City were by far the biggest spenders, shelling out almost £13m during dates covering last winter and the recently closed summer transfer window.
Manchester City £12,874,283
Tottenham Hotspur £6,066,935
Wigan Athletic £5,527,548
West Ham United £3,576,972
Bolton Wanderers £3,166,611
Aston Villa £1,708,374
Hull City £1,599,188
Manchester United £1,517,393
Blackburn Rovers £1,610,885
Birmingham City £974,982
Stoke City £716,042
Total: £70,692,513 (across 803 transactions)
The figures regard payments to agents for the period October 1, 2008 to September 30, 2009.
The FA welcomed the publication.
A spokesman 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."