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Fabio Capello made it five England wins on the bounce with a famous victory in Berlin over rivals Germany, and are now BP 10/1 for World Cup glory in 2010.

Diego Milito says he is happy to stay at Genoa after the Italian club turned an approach from Real Madrid.

With Ruud van Nistelrooy laid up for the rest of the season as a result of a knee injury, Real are drawing up a list of possible replacements to sign in January.

Earlier this week, Genoa president Enrico Preziosi confirmed Real had made an enquiry for Milito, but the forward now says he is is not looking to move

“I’m happy at Genoa,” the 29-year-old told Efe Radio.

“Obviously it’s a pleasure to be on the list of a club like Real Madrid, but I can say nothing because I don’t know if it’s a real thing or not.

“We will see what happens further down the line, but there has to be something concrete before I sit down at a table and negotiate.”

Fabio Capello made it five England wins on the bounce with a famous victory in Berlin over rivals Germany, and are now BP 10/1 for World Cup glory in 2010.

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