Ghanaian defender Kasim Nuhu is set to complete a bumper transfer to German Bundesliga side Hoffenheim in a move worth €10 million.
The tough tackling centre-back looks set to complete a move to German Bundesliga side TSG 1899 Hoffenheim.
The German side is in advanced talks with Swiss side BSC Young Boys over the transfer of the former Medeama man.
Swiss champions Young Boys have agreed to release the centre-back for a fee of €8 million.
The German side will pay an additional €2 million depending on the number of appearances the powerful defender makes in his first season with Hoffenheim.
SportsworldGhana.com who earlier broke the news understands a deal has been agreed and the move is expected to be sealed in the coming hours.
”I have given Hoffenheim my word that I am ready to play for them in the upcoming season. I feel I have paid my dues at Young Boys especially after helping them win the Super League for the first time in 32 years.’’ He exclusivelt told SportsworldGhana.com on Monday.
Nuhu was in spectacular form for the Swiss side last season making 32 league appearances for the side, contributing 2 goals and 2 assists.