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Premier League Clubs face Apprenticeship Levy of £9.5m.

Premier League Clubs face Apprenticeship Levy of £9.5m.

Premier League football clubs face a bill of £9.5 million under the Government's new Apprenticeship Levy, new research has revealed.

The country's wealthiest clubs will face the largest payouts, with Manchester City - boasting a wage bill of £225 million this season - topping the table with an estimated bill of £1.125 million. 

Other top Premier League clubs including Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal will be charged over £1 million each, which will be used to help fund the creation of three million apprenticeships by 2020. 

Meanwhile, Hull City, which has the lowest wage bill of any side in the league, will be charged a mere £125,000. 

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