The son of England boss Fabio Capello, who also acts as his lawyer and agent, has confirmed that the 65-year-old has held talks regarding a move to Inter.
There had been reports on Monday that the Serie A side were awaiting permission from the FA to speak to the Italian, but his son, Pierfilippo Capello, has stated that his father would remain loyal to the national team and would see out the remainder of his contract until after Euro 2012.
When asked if there had been any talks with the Italian side, Capello's son told The Sun: "Yes. But Fabio will remain with the FA."
Capello is believed to have been offered £20 million tax free over three years by Inter, compared to the £6m he is currently receiving annually from the FA. But the manager feels that he should stay until after Euro 2012 after being shown faith from the FA following the 2010 World Cup.