London, June 1(ANI): England manager Fabio Capello will hold talks with Club England Chairman Sir Dave Richards today at Wembley to decide his Three Lions future.
Capello, who is on Inter Milan's official wanted list, is ready to see out his contract until after Euro 2012 if Richards confirms an agreement he made with ex-Football Association Chairman Lord Triesman.
The 63-year-old had a 'handshake agreement' with Triesman to remove a clause in his contract, which said his position could be reviewed by either side after the World Cup.
"Fabio was honoured to have been linked with such a great club like Inter Milan, but won't move. He will stay in England because he is really enjoying the job," The Sun quoted a source close to Capello, as saying.
Inter Milan President Massimo Moratti has exploited the uncertainty to announce Capello as the "ideal candidate" to replace the club's treble-winning manager Jose Mourinho.
According to reports, Moratti would be willing to treble his six-million-pound annual salary, after tax, in order to bring the former Milan, Roma and Juventus manager back to Italy.
Mourinho, who led Inter to an unprecedented treble of Serie A, the Coppa Italia and the Champions League, was under contract with the club until June 2012, but has joined Real Madrid to fulfill his dream of becoming the only coach to win the Champions League with three different clubs. (ANI)