Ranieri puts hefty price tag on title-winning Foxes

Ranieri puts hefty price tag on title-winning Foxes

Leicester - Leicester City will celebrate their dream Premier League title in style on Saturday with a pre-match party involving world-famous tenor Andrea Bocelli.

As well as increased TV exposure, it will generate increased revenues from group stage fees, a proportion of the competition's market pool and a participation bonus, totalling 33 million pounds, as well as 3 million pounds performance bonus. On Sunday, when Leicester travelled to United with a chance of clinching the title at Old Trafford, about 900 fans watched the game on a big screen outside the headquarters of King Power, the duty free company set up by billionaire Srivaddhanaprabha.

He said: "Now I have to come only first, if I want to stay in a place I want to win". That might be tricky in one or two cases, but I can see them holding on to the majority with the promise of Champions League football and maybe attracting one or two quality players.

"Right down to the groundsmen, hospitality people, day-to-day general staff and even the guys on the turnstiles, they've all played a blinder.

One is a very aggressive, I want to win, I won the Premier League but now I want to win on Saturday", said Ranieri. No, no, no. I am not a man who wants revenge.

The estimated windfall for their historic triumph includes this season's Premier League prize money and television proceeds, as well as additional income likely to be generated from commercial deals and playing in the 2016-2017 Champions League.

TOURISM to the English Midlands city of Leicester has received its biggest boost since history buffs found a reason to visit, following the reburial of the remains of King Richard III in a city cathedral in September 2012. For many other teams in the Premier League, there's still plenty at stake. The big name players on your team, they can make you or break you. In a game changing surprise, the club which had struggled to maintain rank last season, made a leap into major game at the premiers taking home victory. "Leicester in the long-term will go in a very high position".

He became a mainstay of Forest's team for a decade before moving to Leicester in 2012, and only got his first taste of top-flight soccer at the age of 30.

"We've got at least three months of enjoying it over the summer before we start worrying about August".

If they resented being dragged in for training, the players weren't showing it. It was a training session like no other in the history of this unheralded club, more an extension of the celebrations after becoming Leicester's first title-winning side in its 132-year history.

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