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It’s Wasn’t Me Who Vetoed Liverpool Move – Balazs Dzsudzsak Insists Dynamo Moscow Knocked Back Reds




Tuesday, 5th February, 2013



Hungarian left-winger Balazs Dzsudzsak has revealed it was his club Dynamo Moscow who blocked a possible switch to Liverpool last month.

It had been suggested that the former PSV Eindhoven schemer was cool over heading to Anfield, with his agent denying a move vigourously, but Dzsudzsak insists he has offered no opinion on the subject.



And it was Dynamo Moscow, Dzsudzsak’s current club, who would not do business with the English Premier League outfit.

"I’m staying with Dynamo, but that wasn’t from me", Dzsudzsak was quoted as saying by Voetbal Primeur.

"Dynamo did not want to let me go to Liverpool", the Hungarian continued.


"I can’t say more than that, because it’s not my place to."

Dynamo Moscow spent big money to buy Dzsudzsak from fellow Russian Premier League club Anzhi Makhachkala just over a year ago, activating his release clause of €19M at the Dagestan giants.

At present, the Hungary international is enduring a lacklustre season with the capital city club, who find themselves just ninth in the Russian Premier League standings.

However, with the table tight, Dzsudzsak’s men remain just two points off fourth-placed Kuban Krasnodar.

At present the Russian Premier League is on a winter break until March.

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