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Capello for England?

Brock Manson

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Juventus boss Fabio Capello has reportedly been offered the chance to replace Sven-Goran Eriksson as England coach this summer.


Swede Eriksson will step down from his England role after the World Cup in Germany - and Capello has now emerged as a leading contender along with the likes of Martin O'Neill and Guus Hiddink.


The Corriere dello Sport claim Capello has been offered a contract in the region of £4.5million-a-year from the Football Association.


The Juve coach, whose troops are 12 points clear of Inter Milan at the top of Serie A title, is contracted at the Stadio Delle Alpi until 2007 but his future at the club has been put in doubt recently.


Juve's chief operating officer Antonio Giraudo hinted this week that the Bianconeri are currently on the lookout for Capello's successor, with Roma trainer Luciano Spalletti the prime target.

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