TSG Hoffienham director of football Alexander Rosen is pleased with the signing of Ghana defender Kasim Nuhu Adams.
The indefatigable center-half completed a five year deal with the German Club on Wednesday after undergoing a medical.
Nuhu 23, who had a blissful campaign with Swiss Club Young Boys last season is expected to make a good impression at his new Club.
However, Alexander Rosen believes the Ghanaian international’s signing will impact his club positively.
“Strong duel with great potential, which impresses immediately with its exceptional physique,” he told the Club’s website.
“Nuhu, who was initially trained as a central midfielder in youth, also has a “stable play structure and an extreme header strength, which will do us both on the defensive and on the offensive very well,” added Rosen.
Ksim will directly join the team’s preseason exercise as they prepare for the Bundesliga campaign which kicks off next month.
The former Medeama SC defender has five international caps with two goals to his credit.