Latest Transfer Update at 19-06-11
Moratti - looking for the right coach.
INTER INTERESTED IN CAPELLO
Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti admits he would be happy to see England head coach Fabio Capello take over the hot seat at Giuseppe Meazza.
Leonardo left the Italian giants to take over as coach of Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint Germain earlier this week.
The Nerazzuri, who had to settle for second place behind arch-rivals AC Milan in Serie A last season, are now looking for a successor to the Brazilian.
And Inter president Moratti admits he is likely to face another busy summer as he ponders various names.
One of those is the current England manager, with Moratti telling La Gazzetta dello Sport: "Who doesn't like him? (Capello)"
The Italian is currently tied down to the Three Lions until after the 2012 European Championships in Poland and Ukraine and is unlikely to leave his role halfway through qualification.
Moratti is aware that he is likely to face stiff competition from Chelsea, who are also seeking a new manager.
He admitted: "I am looking for the right coach for Inter. A person who won't change the team a great deal and will try to win everything."
The Portuguese media reported this week that Porto coach Andre Villas Boas turned down Inter, while former Chile coach Marcelo Bielsa also rejected an approach.
Moratti added: "At the beginning he (Bielsa) was excited about coming but then he had a few family problems and he had to decline.
"He was truly sorry and I also had a personal letter from him explaining the situation."
Former Inter defender Sinisa Mihajlovic is now being linked with the role along with a whole host of names including Palermo coach Delio Rossi, former Genoa coach Giampiero Gasperini, Louis van Gaal and Brazilian duo Dunga and Zico.