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Leicester City's EPL-Winning Squad Could Be Worth More Than $290M, Agent Says

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 05 / 16

The value of Leicester City's squad could "triple or quadruple" after its Premier League title win, according to the BBC. The Foxes' squad was assembled for £57M ($82.7M), "the cheapest of any currently in the top half of the table." Agent and sports lawyer David Seligman said of the...

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