The Hungarian has made it clear no deal is yet done to join Liverpool.
Liverpool are currently looking for a new second choice keeper to back up Belgian stopper Simon Mignolet between the sticks at Anfield. The club have seen Brad Jones depart this summer and that means a space has opened up in the goalkeeping department.
One name being linked with a move is Bolton Wanderers stopper Adam Bogdan. The Hungarian has been linked with a move to Liverpool by the Daily Mail this morning, who suggested he was on the verge of agreeing the move.
However, that would contradict words from the player himself.
Bogdan, who is currently on international duty with Hungary, has told Nemzeti Sport in his homeland, as reported by The Bolton News:
"[Liverpool link] is mere speculation.”
“I am confident that soon I will decide my fate.
“My goal is to play at a higher level, but it also depends on where you get a chance.
"We'll see, everything is decided in the next week or two.”
Bogdan therefore does not seem to believe any deal is as done as first thought, however, if Liverpool are calling it would surely be impossible for him to say no.
The 27-year-old is out of contract at the Macron Stadium this summer and put in an excellent performance when Bolton met Liverpool in the FA Cup back in January.
It seems his availability and that performance have him high on the agenda at Anfield.