Inter president Massimo Moratti has refused to stay whether he will match Paris Saint-Germain's reported €26 million offer for Napoli forward Ezequiel Lavezzi.
Italian sources claimed early on Friday that the French capital club had launched an official bid for the striker, who is widely expected to leave the Partenopei in the summer.
Moratti has said that Inter will not pay over the odds to sign Lavezzi, and remained elusive over whether he would bid as high as PSG in order to land the Argentine.
"I think that the Frenchmen's offer for Lavezzi is interesting," he told Sky Sport Italia.
"Will we match it? That depends..."
Questioned about Genoa striker Rodrigo Palacio, who is on the verge of moving to Inter, Moratti was confident that he can play a big role.
"I think he will do well, he is the type of player we needed," he concluded.