Hungarian maybe on the verge of a dream move to Anfield.
Liverpool have rekindled their long-running interest in Dynamo Moscow midfield player Balazs Dzsudzsak, according to the player’s agent, reports the Daily Mirror.
The skilful Hungary international has only been in the Russian capital for the past one-and-a-half seasons now, having originally signed for the Russian giants from Anzhi Makhachkala for 19 million euros in Jan 2012.
And in the intervening 18 months, the 26-year-old has featured in 44 matches in all competitions for his club, finding the back of the net on just the five occasions, which all came in his 27 league appearances for Dynamo.
As a result, Liverpool head coach Brendan Rodgers may be about to revive his interest in the winger when the summer transfer window finally reopens again for business on July 1 as the Northern Irishman looks to bring in a number of new players for next season, with Dzsudzsak’s agent confirming as much.
“Numerous clubs made an approach including Internazionale and Liverpool, but I can’t say more concrete things,” Jozef Vorosbaranyi told fcinter1908.
“Balazs didn’t ask the club to let him go because he feels good at the team and has a good partnership with coach Dan Petrescu. But anything can happen.”