Liverpool’s Hungarian forward Kriztian Nemeth’s chances of staying at Anfield are rapidly fading as interest in the 21-year-old continues to grow.
Nemeth was tipped for a bright future on Merseyside after signing from MTK Hungaria in the summer of 2007 but he has so far failed to make a single appearance in the Premiership. His frustration at failing to break into the side under Rafa Benitez has been served with a fresh blow after new manager Roy Hodgson opted to leave him out of the squad which flew out for preseason training in Switzerland and Austria this weekend.
The youngster has accepted that first team football is unlikely to be forthcoming in the North West and after loans at Blackpool and AEK Athens during the last two seasons, is keen to leave for pastures new.
Italian side Lecce are understood to have made a £1m bid for the youngster in order to bolster their newly promoted side in Serie A next season whilst Hannover’s boss Mirko Stomka has publicly stated his desire to bring Nemeth to Germany this summer.
Whatever corner of the globe he ends up in, jumping ship almost certainly looks like his best option with Fernando Torres, David N’Gog, Dirk Kuyt and Ryan Babel all above him in the pecking order at Anfield.
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