FIFA president Gianni Infantino has said world football's governing body will review the rules related to agents in response to the "perception" the transfer system is broken.
The development comes in the week FIFA confirmed it has asked for more information about Paul Pogba's £89million transfer from Juventus to Manchester United last summer.
The French midfielder's return to Old Trafford has dominated headlines in the UK and abroad since details of that transfer and his 2012 move to Italy surfaced.
Extracts from a forthcoming book called 'Football Leaks: The Dirty Business of Football' have appeared in newspapers throughout Europe this week and have claimed that Pogba's agent Mino Raiola will earn £41 million from the United deal.
The book, which has been written by two journalists from German newspaper 'Der Spiegel', alleges the Italian-born, Dutch-based agent will receive payments for acting for the buying and selling club, as well as the player.
These revelations have provoked widespread shock, with Accrington Stanley chairman Andy Holt calling Raiola's commission an "obscene" sum and accusing Premier League clubs' riches of "destroying" the game.
When asked about the Pogba transfer after the 67th FIFA Congress in Bahrain, Infantino said the sums of money involved in the global transfer system were "huge" and that created a "perception".
He said: "The same as FIFA wants to be transparent in our accounts, I think it's also a duty for the clubs, the agents and all those who are serious, that maybe we can come to some better way of dealing with this. How we'll decide for this to happen and when it will happen, I don't know."
Roy Keane served up a damning verdict on Manchester United’s nervous performance in their Europa League semi-final win against Celta Vigo, but he has backed Jose Mourinho’s men to beat Ajax in the Stockholm final later this month.
Manchester United will not be able to appeal against the red card handed to defender Eric Bailly in Thursday night’s Europa League semi-final, confirming he will be ruled out of the final in Stockholm later this month.
Manchester United's long march through the 15 games of the modern format of the Europa League is just one from completion but it has been fraught and laboured and the chaos that engulfed the end of this one will tell Jose Mourinho that nothing can be taken for granted at the final in Stockholm this month.