There are 16 teams in the competition. Each club has a salary cap of $4.4M for the top 25 players. Therefore 16 x $4.4M = $70.4M in total player payments I assume player managers would be paid a % of the players income. Therefore the only way for them to increase their income would be to represent more players, not to drive the price of one player up, as this would automatically push the price of another player down. The pie is only so big. So why then do we have to put up with all the ducks and drakes and other bull**** surrounding contract negotiations?