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Clubs Pay Almost 600 Million Euros To Player Brokers

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The official figures of the FIFA, which the World Association published on Thursday, show that clubs paid almost 590 million euros worldwide for the services of player brokers.

In the end of the year, the football clubs paid nearly 590 million euros worldwide for the services of gamer brokers.
This emerges from the official figures of the FIFA, which the World Association released on Thursday.
According to this, expense rose by 24.3 percent compared to the previous year.
However, they are still 4.9 percent listed below the paid total in the record year 2019. At that time, the clubs spent nearly 610 million euros for services from intermediaries.
Almost all the cash flowed in Europe.

In the 1532 global transfers this year, 96.2 percent of the intermediary cost of European clubs were paid.
All in front is England with around 191 million euros.
Germany ranks fifth in the list of expenditure with 53 million behind Italy (83 million), Portugal (62 million) and Spain (57 million).
The variety of transfers in female’s football, in which paid representatives were included, rose by 42.9 percent compared to 2021.
With 340 club modifications, the players were represented by consultants.
FIFA did not provide any information about the ladies.