Merseyside rivals battle to bring in form PSV man to Anfield and Goodison Park respectively.
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Liverpool and Everton are battling it out to sign PSV Eindhoven winger Balazs Dzsudzsak after the Hungarian stated his intention to ply his trade in the Premier League. The Philips Stadion favourite has helped his side back to the top of the Dutch Eredivisie and within sight of their first domestic title in three seasons.
Balazs Dzsudzsak’s recent performances at PSV have garnered a great deal of interest and the Hungarian international may well be looking to leave Holland after four successful years at Eindhoven. The 24 year old scores a lot of goal from wide areas and has netted 48 goals in the past three seasons and it is no surprise that he is being targeted by many big sides.
Liverpool are looking for natural wide options having seen the likes of Maxi, Milan Jovanovic, Dirk Kuyt and Joe Cole fail to make an impact and having lost the only out and out winger they had, Ryan Babel, Kenny Dalglish could well do with make a move for the former Debrecen man.
Everton too could well benefit from a goal scoring wide man as currently they depend a great deal on goals from Tim Cahill although recently strikers Louis Saha and Jermaine Beckford have started to click. It seems however that the Toffees may struggle to finance a deal to bring in £15m rated Dzsudzsak who would seemingly be an ideal replacement for Steven Pienaar who left for Tottenham in the transfer window.
Liverpool’s new owners are seemingly more than willing to finance moves to improve the club’s squad having signed Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll in January at great expense.