The numbers are from February 2, 2016, to January 31, 2017, and are more than a third up on figures for the two transfer windows in 2015, the last year for which there is a full breakdown.
Unsurprisingly, Premier League clubs lead the way in what the FA refers to as "payments to registered intermediaries", with more than £174 million handed over.
Manchester City top the payments table with £26.3 million, Chelsea are second on £25.1 million and Manchester United third on £19million - Hull, on the other hand, paid agents only £1.9million.
More surprisingly Bournemouth (£10.2 million) and West Ham (£9.5 million) paid more than Arsenal (£7.4 million) and Spurs (£7.2 million).
|Club||Total paid to agents and intermediaries|
|West Bromwich Albion||£4,248,605|
|West Ham United||£9,486,397|
|Total||£174,227,243 up from £129,857,560 in 2014-15|
Read the full article on eurosport.co.uk: Manchester City top agents' fees table as clubs combine to hand over £221million