Reds have tracked the former PSV Eindhoven star since last year.
Liverpool have been handed a major boost in their efforts to sign Dynamo Moscow wide man Balazs Dzsudzsak next season, according to reports in the Daily Express.
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The Merseyside giants have been keeping close tabs on the in-demand Hungary international for some time now, with head coach Brendan Rodgers even lodging a bid worth £12m for the player last summer which was rejected out of hand by his employers.
However, with it now looking increasingly unlikely that Moscow will qualify for next season’s Uefa Champions League, Dzsudzsak could soon be available to purchase after the 27-year-old made it clear recently that he wanted to be playing in Europe’s premier club competition next season.
And even though the Reds’ city rivals Everton have also been heavily linked with the Hungarian in the past too, the Toffees would need to finish this campaign in the top four of the Premier League and so qualify for the Uefa Champions League to have any chance of competing with Liverpool for the winger’s signature this summer.
Dzsudzsak, who is contracted to Moscow until June 2015, has registered one goal and two assists in his 18 league outings this season.