By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Following a woeful season that saw them hire three different coaches and finish 6th in Serie A, the Nerazzurri are expected to heavily invest to reinforce their squad this summer, with Lavezzi one of the names constantly linked with a move to the Giuseppe Meazza.
And while Moratti admits he is keen on bringing the Argentinean to the club, he insists they will not be paying over-the-odds for his services.
"Right now I think that for this transfer to happen, negotiations will have to be handled very calmly and always considering the financial side," he told Solo Inter.
While Moratti was quick to acknowledge that Inter will be looking to invest this summer, he was less assertive when asked if Wesley Sneijder and Diego Forlan were on their way out the exit door.
"We consider Sneijder to be a central part of what Inter's future could be, so there is no problem with him," he revealed.
"Forlan? Inter's players remain happy, but we will see if it is better for them to stay or leave and go elsewhere."
The Inter chief was also quick to slam reports that Juventus were keen on adding a third star on their jersey despite officially having won only 28 Scudettos, believing it would lead to anarchy in the league.
"I think that if Juventus add a third star, it will be a fantasy, because every club will be able to do what they want," he added.
Juventus won the Serie A title this season after finishing four points clear of AC Milan, having gone the entire league campaign undefeated.