Soccer: Moratti says 'not thinking' about Guardiola
'I believe he'll take a year off'27 April, 14:46
"For the future I'm only thinking about (Andrea) Stramaccioni," said Moratti of the former youth team coach who has steered the Nerazzurri to within three points of third-placed Lazio since taking over from Claudio Ranieri in March.
Pundits think caretaker Stramaccioni will probably be given the job on a permanent basis if Inter get a Champions League qualification spot.
The Inter chief said he "believed", in any case, that Guardiola would take a year off after his record-breaking spell at Spanish and European champions Barcelona.
Spanish sports daily AS linked Guardiola to Chelsea, who beat Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final this week. Inter's city rivals AC Milan are also said to be interested in Guardiola.
But Guardiola told a press conference in Barcelona: "I don't think I feel like getting back to coaching straight away".
Moratti was coy about reports former Inter and Milan coach Leonardo might be lured back to Inter from Paris Saint Germain.
"It all depends on the development we want to give the club.
We need to look around, for him as for others," Moratti said, while adding "I don't think it (a Leonardo return) will happen".