Capello has no intention of quitting England post

According to latest reports in The Sun newspaper, England head coach Fabio Capello has no intention of quitting his position to return to club management.
There have been strong rumours in the peninsula that the former Milan tactician would be replacing current Inter boss Rafael Benitez should club president Massimo Moratti, decide that a change at the helm is necessary.
At the moment, Capello has a lucrative contract with the English Football Association which will expire after the European Championships in 2012 should the Three Lions progress to the finals and according to his son Pierfilippo, who is also his advisor, he fully intends to honour the agreement.
Capello had earlier stated that the England job will most likely be his last managerial engagement and that he plans to retire once his tenure with the Three Lions is complete.
For Inter all attention will now turn to Saturday’s World Club Championship final where the Nerazzurri will face African side TP Mazembe. If Benitez is successful, he seems certain to remain in his job until the end of the season.

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