Liverpool and Fulham are reportedly intent on signing Balazs Dzsudzsak from Dinamo Moscow this January, according to the Express.
Despite these rumours, Dinamo chief Guram Adzojev told Nemzeti Sport: “This is the first time I hear the name of these teams in connection with Balazs.
"There are interested teams, but at such a big club as Dinamo it's not a surprise. It's very busy during the winter and the summer transfer window but I can say we haven't received any detailed offers for the winger.”
Dzsudzsak signed for Dan Petrescu’s side in January 2012 from Anzhi Makhachkala for €19 million, which made him the most expensive Hungarian in history. The winger has scored six times in 52 appearances for the Russian club.
Adzojev confirmed his manager Petrescu would deal with all transfers.
He said: “If a player is approached by a club who makes an offer then the coach can decide to let him go or not. If he needs the player, then he stays, if not then paperwork can begin.”
Inter Milan are also reported to be interested in the Hungarian, who was voted the country’s player of the year in 2010.
Last summer Liverpool tried to sign Dzsudzsak but were unsuccessful in their enquires so switched their interests to Inter Milan’s Philippe Coutinho.
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