You can become a Football Agent, now known as a “Football Player Intermediary” and earn part of the large budgets football clubs all over the world spend on agents to acquire football players? In the Premier League alone last year, clubs spent £211m on agents- The Football Association.
It was on record that Liverpool were the top flight's biggest spenders at £26.8m, I am not surprised because this has reflected in their performances in local and international competitions. While Chelsea came second on the list of highest spenders with £25.1m, as published by the Football Association on player transfers from 1 February 2017 to 31 January 2018.
Data published by the English FA last year showed fees paid by English clubs to agents rose by 38% in 12 months - up from £160m to £220m in 2016-2017. English clubs within the top five divisions spent a total of £257m on agent fees, which brought about an increase of £37m on 2016-2017.
After analysing the scenario mentioned above, we think that these budgets will keep going up, year in year out because clubs will keep wanting the best talents to position them ahead of their competitors. This is a lucrative market for agents. Find out how to become a football player agent by reading one of our blogs on this topic to key yourself into the supper wealth of football agents.