Juventus coach Fabio Capello has revealed that he will retire from the game in next three years.
“I’ll retire in three years, that is 100 percent,” Capello told Radio Rai. “I want to travel, to see places I don’t know, that excites me.
“With football, you work hard and travel a lot, but see nothing.”
Capello is one the modern games most successful coaches, having won trophies with Real Madrid, Milan, Roma and Juventus.
Capello has said in the past he would like to coach in England before he retires, but that now looks unlikely given his retirement plans.
“I’ve still got another year to run on my contract with Juve,” he added. “I’m not sure what I’ll do with the other two.
“An experience in a foreign league interests me, but for now I’m very happy at Juventus.”
Capello has confirmed that he will continue his rotation policy for the rest of the season.
“There is a turnover and, sooner or later, it will happen that everyone will be on the bench or in the stands,” he added.
“This is the way it will continue until the end of the season. The players have accepted it and are continuing to work hard.”
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