Plymouth Argyle chairman Paul Stapleton has revealed that he allowed Akos Buzsaky to leave the club for QPR due to a disagreement over a payment to the player's agent.
Buzsaky has moved to Loftus Road on loan, with a permanent switch to be sealed in the January transfer window, with Stapleton less than impressed by the way things developed.
He told the Evening Herald: "Contrary to public perception, Akos had agreed a deal with Plymouth Argyle on his wages. Then we came across a stumbling block, which was a fee payable to his agent.
"We weren't willing to pay a substantial amount to the player to pay the agent, because the rules are you can't pay agents directly if they're acting for a player.
"I rang Ian Holloway and he wasn't happy and didn't want to pay it. He had the same view as me, but I had to get his view on it."