Wednesday May 16 2012
Capello was in Inter talks

Fabio Capello has claimed that he had talks with Inter about becoming the new Coach at San Siro.

The Italian tactician is looking for a job following his England departure, but no agreement could be reached with the Nerazzurri.

“I’ve received several offers,” the former Milan, Roma and Juventus Coach stated on Wednesday.

“One was from Inter, but the negotiations didn’t reach a positive conclusion. Why? You’ll have to ask President Massimo Moratti…

“I’d like to continue coaching for another two years. I’ll be happy if that is possible, otherwise I’ll continue to be a television pundit.”

Current Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni, who replaced Claudio Ranieri in March, today stated that he’s been asked to fight for the title next season.

On the day that Roy Hodgson has announced his England squad, Capello was asked to comment about his time with the side before his shock resignation earlier this year.

“I have an agreement with the English FA which doesn’t allow me to talk about what happened,” he stated.

“The England players always give their all on the pitch, but it will be hard for them to return to winning ways.

“They play so frequently that they are often tired.”

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