Liverpool spent a staggering £26.8million on intermediary and agents' fees over the last year - the highest in the Premier League as spending soared once again.
Liverpool were the top flight's biggest spenders at £26.8m, according to Football Association data from 1 February 2017 to 31 January 2018.
The latest FA figures reveal that clubs in England's top league shelled out a total of £211,011,187 - more than ever before.
In contrast, Burnley, who are currently 7th in the Premier League, paid just £3.3m - £1m less than Sunderland, who are bottom of the Championship.
Sunderland spent £4,370,897 - more than they forked out for transfers.
Non-League Aldershot, who are pushing for a return to the Football League, spent the lowest of any club in England's top five divisions. Just £112 was paid to agents or intermediaries.
‣ Highest amount spent: £26.8m (Liverpool, Premier League)
‣ Lowest amount spent: £112 (Aldershot, National League)
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