The Inter president says he will take his time before deciding whether his head coach will remain next season after a disappointing campaign
The club concluded a frustrating season with a 5-2 home defeat against Udinese on Sunday, leaving them 18 points off the Champions League places in ninth.
"We're still making decisions, nothing's been done yet," the 68-year-old told reporters. "[There is] no chance of anything this evening, but there's no rush. We've got time.
"On the one hand he's a talented guy who will definitely be a success in this business, on the other we have the situation we find ourselves in. So I'm thinking about the best choice I can make."
Moratti was also asked whether he was a fan of former Napoli coach Walter Mazzarri, should Stramaccioni move on.
"They're all good coaches, but they they have to work at Inter, which is something different," he concluded.