A report carried by the Daily Mirror quotes the Inter Milan president as saying the club wants Sneijder's situation sorted quickly - by the end of the day if possible. And Moratti has urged the Dutch international to resolve the current uncertainty surrounding his Inter Milan future, amid speculation that the former-Real Madrid star is set to quit the San Siro this month.
Sneijder has been locked in talks with Galatasaray over a €10m move to Turkey, but Liverpool and Tottenham are also reportedly interested.
Speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport, Moratti said: "It would be professional if he would make his decision by the end of the day."
But Sneijder, who is yet to feature for the Italian giants since he turned down a pay cut, insists he's in no rush to make a decision before the transfer window deadline.
Sneijder said: "There are still two weeks to go before the end of the transfer window, so there is time. I am relaxed, and I'm considering my options."
The Dutchman reportedly rejected a new Inter Milan contract in September, on the grounds that he was not prepared to accept a €2m pay cut.
The 28-year-old was a key part of Jose Mourinho's 2010 Champions League winning squad, but has since failed to live up to the standard set that year.
The Dutchman was linked with a move to Manchester United in 2011, but eventually opted to stay at the San Siro.