Liverpool, Fulham and Italian giants Inter Milan have all been strongly linked with Dzsudzsak in recent weeks.
But sporting director Adzojev says he has not heard anything from any of those clubs in regards to the Hungarian.
He told Nemzeti Sport: "This is the first time I hear the name of these teams in connected with Balazs.
"There are interested teams, but at such a big club as Dinamo it's not a surprise. It's very busy during the winter and the summer transfer window but I can say we haven't received any detailed offers for the winger."
Adzojev says a decision to sell Dzsudzsak could only be made by coach Dan Petrescu.
"It's the coach - this time it's Dan Petrescu - who decides about the movements in the squad," he added.
"If a player is approached by a club who makes an offer then the coach can decide to let him go or not.
"If he needs the player, then he stays, if not then the paperwork can begin."
Asked if Dzsudzsak was good enough to play for a team like Liverpool, he responded: "Difficult question. I think he would be good.
"In our squad we have only players who are above the average and Balazs Dzsudzsak is one them. His left foot and his long runs are very valuable and it's nice to see his crosses."