The former Brazil midfielder admitted that the striker is "an interesting player", but insisted that his side have not yet made a move for the in-demand Argentine
A scout for the French capital club revealed earlier in May that coach Carlo Ancelotti had earmarked the 27-year-old as a potential summer recruit, but Leonardo denied any firm approach had been made.
"Lavezzi? He is an interesting player, but we have not made any offer so far," he told RMC.
Inter are also understood to be tracking Lavezzi, with Andrea Stramaccioni stating that he believes the Argentine would be a quality addition to his side.
The former San Lorenzo ace signed for Napoli in the summer of 2007 for a reported €6 million fee.