By Charlotte Daly For Mailonline
Published: 21:56 BST, 9 October 2020 | Updated: 22:20 BST, 9 October 2020
Leicester were the only club to vote against the English top-flight's plot to charge £14.95 for extra matches not picked for Sky Sports and BT Sport coverage.
Despite spending £1.24billion in the transfer market, the Premier League clubs have agreed to put a total of 15 matches behind an extra paywall.
However, Leicester voted against the prospect of making fans pay even more money on top of existing subscriptions to watch their team in action.
Leicester FC were the only club to vote against the proposal for pay-per-view games
In a meeting to discuss the controversial plans, Premier League clubs agreed by a 19-to-1 vote to enforce the pay-per-view coverage, according to Telegraph.
Leicester were named as the only club to dispute the ‘interim’ agreement that will see top-tier sides gain an additional income by pocketing any profit after covering broadcasters' costs of around £100,000 per game.
In a statement confirming the decision, the Premier League said: 'Clubs today agreed this interim solution to enable all fans to continue to watch their teams live.
'The Premier League has worked closely with Sky Sports and BT Sport to provide this arrangement and is grateful for their support.
'This agreement will be regularly reviewed in consultation with clubs and in line with any decisions made by Government regarding the