Balazs Dzsudzsak
Balazs Dzsudzsak celebrates after scoring against Holland in a World Cup qualifier. [Reuters]

Liverpool and Inter Milan have both contacted Dynamo Moscow in order to find out about the availability of highly rated winger Balazs Dzsudzsak, claims the Hungarian's agent.

The 26 year old cost Dynamo €19m when he moved from Anzhi Makhachkala in January 2012 and last season managed to score five goals and provide ten assists in his 27 league appearances.

He has struggled to make the same impact in Russia that he had in Holland but it seems there is interest from across Europe with his agent Jozsef Vorosbaranyi claiming that Liverpool and Inter Milan both want to sign the winger.

"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 was previously on the radar of a number of top European clubs back in the summer of 2011 when he had scored 24 goals in 49 games for PSV Eindhoven.

The Hungary international spent four years with the Dutch giants and earned a reputation as one of the best wingers in the league as he consistently reached double figures for both goals and assists.

He helped PSV win the league title in his first season at the club and then went on to twice be the club's top scorer, as well as finishing with the most assists in the Eredivise in 2009 when he had 15 to his name.

Liverpool's current wingers did struggle last season, with Stewart Downing once again failing to demonstrate his best form and being put on the transfer list in January, while Oussama Assaidi made just four league appearances.

Liverpool have been linked with a number of players in recent days and it seems as though manager Brendan Rodgers may well feel that Dzsudzsak could offer something new to his squad next season.