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LUFC Leeds amongst highest spenders on agents

The latest figures are out for player agents fees for last season and Leeds United were ninth highest in the Championship table.

Leeds spent 788,630 over the course of 2010/11 season to agents, which included 58 transactions.

In total the 58 transactions included, 21 new registrations/transfers, 8 updated contracts, 10 cancelled contracts and 19 loans.

Three clubs went through the one million barrier with Queens Park Rangers the highest spending 1,770,262. Middlesbrough 1,598,228 and Leicester City 1,280,200 were next.

Scunthorpe United paid out the least amount, spending 119,008.

Only three other clubs spent less than 200,000 with Millwall 172,000, Watford 173,898 and Preston North End 193,250 the clubs to do so.

Promoted side Swansea City were also amongst those nearer the bottom end of the table spending 236,760.

In total in the championship 14,089,702 was spent.

Full list
Queens Park Rangers 1,770,262
Middlesbrough 1,598,228
Leicester City 1,280,200
Hull City 993,026
Reading 948,425
Norwich City 883,200
Portsmouth 874,920
Bristol City 853,900
Leeds United 788,630
Cardiff City 613,510
Nottingham Forest 450,900
Burnley 434,795
Doncaster Rovers 387,770
Ipswich Town 376,352
Barnsley 356,320
Coventry City 314,967
Crystal Palace 293,180
Derby County 289,500
Sheffield United 284,684
Swansea City 238,760
Preston North End 193,250
Watford 173,896
Millwall 172,000
Scunthorpe United 119,008

Elsewhere in the Football League, Sheffield Wednesday were the highest spenders in League One (415,660) and Shrewsbury Town the highest in League Two (43,084).

Only eight clubs in the entire Football League did not spend any cash on agent`s fees last season.

League One side Hartlepool United as well as Accrington Stanley, Barnet, Cheltenham Town, Crewe Alexandra, Macclesfield Town, Stevenage and Stockport County the sides not to spend a penny.

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Date:Friday August 26 2011

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