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According to figures released yesterday afternoon by the Premier League, Fulham spent less than a £1m on agents’ fees during the 2010/11 season.

Fulham’s figure – of £951,254 excluding VAT – was one of the lowest in the top flight. Manchester City spent £9.66m on agents, with Tottenham spending £7.57m and Liverpool £7m. The three lowest-spenders were Swansea (£248,000), Wigan (£659,000) and Norwich (£710,000).

The full figures were as follows:

Arsenal – £4,648,532.17
Aston Villa – £3,163,320.00
Blackburn Rovers – £4,227,056.93
Bolton Wanderers – £1,941,896.08
Chelsea – £6,457,747.37
Everton – £2,931,127.10
Fulham – £951,245.50
Liverpool – £7,000,242.99
Manchester City – £9,663,700.00
Manchester United – £4,457,103.00
Newcastle United – £6,380,488.00
Norwich City – £710,251.75
Queens Park Rangers – £2,499,214.00
Stoke City – £2,207,698.11
Sunderland – £3,735,384.29
Swansea City – £248,633.00
Tottenham Hotspur – £7,571,815.27
West Bromwich Albion – £1,305,576.38
Wigan Athletic – £659,800.00
Wolverhampton Wanderers – £1,107,918.00