Friday, 21st June, 2013

Dynamo Moscow winger Balazs Dzsudzsak has reiterated that he is happy with his stay with the Russian outfit, although he admits that he is flattered by the interest coming from "leading European clubs".

Dzsudzsak’s 2012/13 record with Dynamo Moscow has been commendable, scoring five goals and notching up ten assists in 27 appearances for the club.

Dzsudzsak’s performances with the Russian Premier League side garnered interest from a number of clubs across Europe, with Liverpool topping the list alongside fellow English side West Ham United, Serie A giants Inter Milan and Bundesliga top guns Bayer Leverkusen.

"In the winter [transfer window], I could have gone to Liverpool, but the club chose to keep me", the Hungarian winger told Russian daily Izvestia.


"Of course, it is flattering to gain interest from leading European clubs. At the same time, I feel really comfortable with my stay here with Dynamo.

"I have a good relationship with [manager] Dan Petrescu and at the moment, I’m only thinking about this team", Dzsudzsak concluded.

The Hungarian has a contract with Dynamo Moscow until the end of 2015 and the Russian Premier League outfit are keen to keep him.

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