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27/02/2013 - 10:18 BST

Dynamo Moscow Open Door For Departure of Liverpool Target Balazs Dzsudzsak with Milos Krasic Interest


Wednesday, 27th February, 2013

Dynamo Moscow are actively planning for a summer departure for Hungarian winger Balazs Dzsudzsak by targeting Fenerbahce wide-man Milos Krasic.

Dzsudzsak was the subject of offers from English Premier League side Liverpool and Italian outfit Inter during last month’s transfer window, but Dynamo Moscow were reluctant to lose the schemer midway through the current campaign.

The former PSV Eindhoven man is keen on moving to a bigger league, his agent has conceded, and Dynamo Moscow are preparing to listen to offers for Dzsudzsak in the summer, when both Liverpool and Inter may indeed return.

Planning to replace the Hungary international is already under way in the Russian capital, with contact having been made with Krasic’s agent.

"We’ve had contact several times with the Russian team, but he will be in Turkey until at least June", Krasic’s agent Dejan Joksimovic told Russian daily Izvestia.

Krasic only joined current club Fenerbahce last summer, but has found commanding a starting spot to be difficult, with Dirk Kuyt occupying the right flank and Miroslav Stoch on the left.

And Joksimovic feels his client just needs to play regularly.

"I do hope that he will play. He is only 28 years old and he has never had a serious injury. He is able to perform at the highest level."

Krasic is also surprised to have been relegated to the bench, Joksimovic says, with the signs pointing towards a departure if that does not change, with Dynamo Moscow at the front of the queue.

"Milos does not know what the problem is", he said.

"He trains regularly and was surprised that he has not had a chance to prove himself."

Krasic has played in Russia before, turning out for CSKA Moscow.

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