ROME, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Juventus coach Fabio Capello plans to quit football in 2009.
'In three years time I'll stop (coaching), but I won't go into retirement, that's for sure,' Capello said at a ceremony in Milan on Monday, where he was receiving the 2005 Gianni Brera award for sporting excellence.
'Maybe I'll commentate a few matches on television, but I want to have more free time to travel and see the world,' he was quoted as saying by Italian news agency ANSA.
'I've still got another year to run on my contract with Juve. 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.'
If he left Juventus when his contract expires at the end of next season, Capello's services would be in demand. The 59-year-old has won major titles with every club he has worked for.
Capello started his coaching career at AC Milan, with whom he won four Serie A titles in 1992, 1993, 1994 and 1996. He added the 1997 Spanish title in his only season with Real Madrid.
He returned to Milan but quickly moved on to AS Roma, where he spent the next five years. In 2001 Roma won the Serie A title for only the third time in their history - a feat that made Capello a hero in the Italian capital.
At the start of last season, Capello moved north to Turin to take charge of Juventus. The club won the Serie A title.
Juve's domestic dominance has been even more pronounced this year. The Italian champions have notched up 52 points in their 19 matches to leave nearest challenger, Inter Milan, trailing 10 points in their wake.