Data from world governing body FIFA's International Transfer Matching System (ITMS) showed that 653.9 million U.S. dollars (equating to just over £500m) was spent on commissions to agents and intermediaries in the year to date.
This is according to FIFA's International Transfer Matching System (ITMS), who say that 3,557 agents have taken part in 17,000 transfers so far in 2019.
The amount of commission paid to football agents increased by 19.3 percent from 2018 to 2019. The report highlighted that 3,558 transfers involved at least one intermediary. Portuguese clubs alone spent $78.1 million on intermediary commissions, nearly half as much as they have spent on transfer fees to engage players.
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Federation Internationale de Football Association said that 80% of the total - which was already 19.3% more than during the whole of 2018 - was paid by clubs from Italy, England, Germany, Portugal, Spain and France combined. "Transfers with engaging club intermediaries more than doubled in 2019, from 24 in 2018", the report read.
The report offers a summary of the involvement of intermediaries in global transfers completed in FIFA's worldwide Transfer Matching System (ITMS) during 2019.
It also proposed a cap of three per cent of a player's salary where an agent is representing a player, and three per cent of a player's salary where an agent is working on behalf of the buyer.