Liverpool and Manchester United have been dealt a blow in their race to sign Balazs Dzsudzsak, report Goal.com.
The PSV winger is much coveted throughout Europe after the player scored 16 goals in 24 games in all competitions this season.
But the Dutch club's sporting director Marcel Brands says the club do not have to sell the Hungarian superstar to Liverpool or United.
“We want to keep our best players and Dzsudzsak is one of those,” Brands told Goal.com.
“He has signed a new contract a few months ago and we do not want him to leave. We know eventually players like Dzsudzsak and [Erik] Pieters will eventually leave but we do not need to sell them at the moment.”
The news will come as a blow to both Premier League sides, especially Liverpool, who had put a winger at the top of their transfer wish-list.
United are also looking to strengthen in that area, but like Liverpool have been learning towards Ashley Young, who is set to discuss terms over a new deal with Aston Villa after the season ends.
But Liverpool and United will be buoyed by Brands' comments that suggest Dzsudzsak