Liverpool spent more than £30 million on brokerage services last year, more than any other club in the Premier League.
According to data released by the Football Association, the Red Army spent £30.3 million on payments and transactions involving registered intermediaries.
Although it was a little less than last year’s 43.8 million pounds, it still surpassed their number one competitor, with Manchester City following closely behind at 29 million pounds and Manchester United spending 27.6 million pounds.
These figures cover the period from February 1
The FA will not publish personal fees paid to each agent for specific transactions.
Chelsea ranked fourth with 26.2 million pounds, while Burnley ranked second to last with 3.9 million pounds.
The Premier League club paid a total of more than £263.4 million to agents, a slight increase from the previous year’s £260.7 million.