Reds failed with late Jan swoop for Hungarian.
Liverpool failed with a last-minute bid to sign Dynamo Moscow winger Balazs Dzsudzsak in the January transfer window, says the Metro.
The Reds manager Brendan Rodgers had been desperate to bring a new wide midfield player to Anfield last month according to most reports, and failed with two January bids to persuade young Blackpool winger Tom Ince to come back to the club.
And that setback prompted the Northern Irishman to look elsewhere for alternative targets, although according to Dzsudzsak’s agent, the Reds’ offer came in just too late, with Dynamo Moscow turning down their approach for the 26-year-old.
However, it is believed that if the club return with a £12 million bid for the player at the end of this season, then they will secure their man.
“Inter along with Liverpool wanted to add Balazs to their squad,’ said the player’s agent, Jozsef Vorosbaranyi.
“But Dynamo would not let the player go.
“My client really likes Moscow, but he wants to move to one of the major European leagues.
“I hope in the summer, Dynamo would look at doing a deal if an offer arrived.”