The president of the Serie A giants has refused to rule out sacking the under-fire coach, whom he said lacks control over the players
The San Siro outfit are in deeper trouble after Tuesday's 3-1 defeat at Novara, a result which could leave the club eight points off the top of the table after just three games.
Gasperini has seen pressure mount on him after the team failed to win any of their five official games this season, with his tactical choices being publicly questioned by Moratti himself.
As the Inter supremo left the Stadio Silvio Piola visibly unhappy, he admitted he is considering sacking the 53-year-old.
"I did not see the coach have the team in hand," Moratti told Sky Sport Italia. "I will take the night to decide."