How much did Mansfield Town spend on agents' fees? How does it compare to rivals?
League Two clubs spent more than £1million on agents' fees between February 2020 and February 2021, it has been revealed.
Today the FA published the payments and transactions involving registered, as they do every year in line with FIFA’s Regulations on Working with Intermediaries.
Mansfield Town spent £66,045 on agents' fees - the fifth highest in the division.
The total spent by League Two clubs was £1,069,555.
Salford City were the biggest spenders over that 12 month period, followed by Forest Green Rovers and Leyton Orient.
League newcomers Barrow spent the least following last season’s promotion from non-league.
Salford City £137,884 Forest Green Rovers £79,372 Leyton Orient £72,117 Bradford City £71,369 Mansfield Town £66,045 Cheltenham Town £52,676 Bolton Wanderers £52,673 Harrogate Town £50,118 Port Vale £46,319 Scunthorpe United £42,920 Colchester United £41,531 Newport County £41,442 Grimsby Town £40,515 Carlisle United £39,360 Walsall £31,214 Crawley Town £30,102 Tranmere Rovers £29,926 Exeter City £26,930 Southend United £26,253 Oldham Athletic £25,890 Cambridge United £20,398 Stevenage £16,250 Morecambe £14,452 24 Barrow £13,359