Thursday, 7th February, 2013

Dynamo Moscow have spoken out about Balazs Dzsudzsak and his proposed transfer to English Premier League side Liverpool.

The Reds wanted to bring the Hungary winger in during last month’s transfer window and Dzsudzsak has been at pains recently to insist it was not he who backed out of a switch to Anfield.

Now Dynamo Moscow have confirmed that it was they who pulled the plug on a potential move to Liverpool for the former PSV Eindhoven star.

And the Russian Premier League side stress that Liverpool only wanted to loan Dzsudzsak, something they simply count not countenance given the fact they paid €19M to sign the player from Anzhi Makhachkala just one year ago.

"We received an offer of a loan deal and not a permanent transfer from Liverpool", Dynamo Moscow director Dmitry Galyamin was quoted as saying by Voetbal Primeur.


"Loaning is not an option for us, so we immediately put a stop to the negotiations."

It remains to be seen if Liverpool will return for Dzsudzsak in the summer, but the talented winger will surely not come cheap and Dynamo Moscow are not willing to let the Reds try before they buy.

Dzsudzsak meanwhile will now concentrate on helping his current club rise from their mid-table standing in the Russian Premier League.

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