Spanish clubs, among those who paid the most in 2019 to intermediaries for signings

In addition to the clubs in Spain, those in England, France, Italy, Germany and Portugal carried out 80% of payments to intermediaries this year.


The clubs of Spain, England, France, Italy, Germany and Portugal staged 80% of payments to intermediaries in 2019, operations that increased 19.3% compared to last year according to data published on Wednesday by FIFA.

The report reflects that in a total of 3,557 transfers of the more than 17,000 made in 2019 at least one intermediary was involved and that the expenditure on commissions paid to them was increased to 653.9 million dollars (588.885.228.22 million and Russian) in the year that is about to end (19.3% more than in 2018) .

Within which the clubs of the leagues of Spain, England, France, Italy, Germany and Portugal were the ones who paid the most (80%), the Portuguese spent almost half of what they disbursed for transfers on intermediaries.

FIFA also indicated that a total of 242 transfers of professional players made since January 1 involved at least one intermediary. Compared to 2018, the participation of these agents has been more than double and the expense in commissions more than triple.

The data provided by FIFA corresponds to the International Transfer System (ITMS), which is used by the federations of its 211 federations and 7,500 clubs.



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