A new report from Fifa shows that fees paid to agents has increased by 20 percent the past year.
The International Football association (Fifa) is working to put a limit on how much fodboldagenter must serve that a player changes from one club to another.
And a look at agenthonorarer for 2019 can hardly get Fifa to drop the plans.
So put that in the years record for how much money ended up in the pockets of the agents in connection with the transfers, according to a new report from the Fifa.
4,4 billion crowns have the world's football clubs have already spent on agenthonorarer in 2019, which is an increase of around 20 percent in relation to the whole of 2018.
It writes Reuters.
Clubs from the biggest fodboldnationer on klubplan - England, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Spain and France - account for 80 per cent of the consumption of the agents.
The most remarkable figures can be seen in the Portuguese clubs. There was overall traded players for 1,23 billion dollars, but at the same time, there are, in addition paid agenthonorarer for the whole of 527 million dollars.
There has overall been more than 17,000 players in herrefodbold in 2019, and of them there in good 3500 of the cases has been at least one a players ' agent involved in the deal.
In the nearly ten percent of the trades have been paid a minimum of one million dollars (6,75 million) in agenthonorar.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 04 December 2019, 16:00