Back in March it was reported that Liverpool were interested in the services of Hungarian winger Balazs Dzsudzsak of Dinamo Moscow.
It was a follow up on reported interest the year before - interest confirmed by the players agent Jozef Vorosbaranyi:
"Numerous clubs made an approach including Internazionale and Liverpool, but I can't say more concrete things. 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."
The flying winger, who cost Dinamo a whopping €19 million from Anzhi Makhachkala, is certainly talented and it would appear that Brendan Rodgers is a fan of his by this continued interest. Similar in style to long-term Liverpool target Yevhen Konoplyanka - he might even be an alternative option to the Ukrainians.
And he is definitely leaving Dinamo this summer. The Hungarian has made it clear he has his eyes set on playing elsewhere next season, telling media in Hungary:
"I do not know what will happen, we are working to find a respectable team. I would be really happy if there was the possibility of joining a new team by August 31. My goal? It is not a secret. I've been very good in my team, but the Russian league is not as prestigious."
Dinamo failed to qualify for the Champions League this season, another reason for his apparent willingness to jump ship.
But with Dinamo likely to want as close to what they paid for him as possible regarding a transfer fee he might be too expensive for frugal Liverpool to make a move stick.