For every person to attend a Chelsea match last season the club spent £15 on agents fees, statistics have revealed.
The Blues shelled out almost £12m on agents fees between 1 October 2014 to 30 September 2015 according to figures released by the Premier League
That sizeable sum is represents a greater outlay on such fees than any side in the division except for Liverpool.
During this time the club recorded a cumulative attendance of 789,153 at its Premier League home matches which includes away fans.
That means that the equivalent of £15 was paid to agents for every person to have walked through the Stamford Bridge turnstiles. It's the second highest contribution per attendee of any side to have been in the Premier League through October 2014 and September 2015 .
Liverpool paid £14.3m in agent fees which works out at £16 for each of the 890,655 people who went to the club's Premier League home matches during that time.
For Manchester City it works out at £14 per attendee and £11 per Swansea spectator.
Sunderland have had the best deal though.
Their £3.4m in agents fees works out at £4 per person to have attended a match at the Stadium of Light.
For Newcastle, Everton and Leicester it works out at £6 while for West Brom it works out at £7.