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Liverpool have re-ignited their interest in highly-rated Dynamo Moscow winger Balazs Dzsudzsak, according to the Hungarian's agent.
The 26-year-old was a €19million signing for the Russian side in January 2012 when he joined from Anzhi Makhachkala and is contracted until the end of 2015.
This hasn't stopped the Reds and Inter Milan in enquiring about his availability says his agent Jozef Vorosbaranyi.
"Numerous clubs made an approach including Internazionale and Liverpool, but I can't say more concrete things," 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."
Dzsudzsak scored five goals and provided ten assists in 27 league games last season and previously had a four-year spell at PSV Eindhoven where he was rated as one of the best wingers in the Eredivisie.
He is thought to be valued at around €12million and is the latest player to be linked with the Reds as Brendan Rodgers looks to re-shape his squad.