Football Soccer - Leicester City v Swansea City - Barclays Premier League - The King Power Stadium - 24/4/16. Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri and Riyad Mahrez. Reuters / Darren Staples
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Leicester City's surge to within touching distance of the Premier League title is proof that money does not always yield success, according to manager Claudio Ranieri.Seven points clear of second-place Tottenham Hotspur, 5,000-1 outsiders Leicester will be crowned champions Sunday if they win at Manchester United, who are fifth in the table despite a heavy pre-season outlay.United spent £25 million ($36.5 million, 31.9 million euros) on Memphis Depay and an initial £36 million on Anthony Martial, while Leicester's total spending was less than £30 million.
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