Merseyside rivals Liverpool and Everton, in addition to Arsenal, are reportedly all attempting to bring Hungarian star Balazs Dzsudzsak to the Premier League in the summer. Dzsudzsak, who currently plays for PSV Eindhoven in Holland, is looking to move to a bigger club to progress his career and has already sounded out a move to England.
The 24-year-old told origo.hu that “I think the Premier League is one of the best, or maybe the best, football leagues in the world so it would be a great thing to play there. But it would be too early to think about this possibility. I want to sign to a bigger club than PSV. I haven’t made it a secret that this is my intention. But my coach, Fred Rutten, said honestly that I’m still not ready for the change.”
Dzsudzsak has been in fantastic form for PSV this season, helping them to the top of the Dutch Eredivisie table with 18 goals and 8 assists in the 33 appearances that he’s made in all competitions for the Dutch giants. The left-winger has been capped 33 times for his country, netting on 5 occasions, and is seeking a move after spending three years in Holland.
A number of European clubs are scouting the young Hungarian and if a firm bid was made in the summer it would be difficult for his manager to stand in his way. While question marks remain over Everton’s funds for a potential deal, Arsenal and Liverpool both have the budget and both have a good experience of shopping in Holland, as Robin van Persie for the Gunners, and Dirk Kuyt and Luis Suarez for the Reds have all made the move to the Premier League.