Ghana defender Kassim Nuhu has shed light on his decision to move from Young Boys to TSG Hoffenheim last summer.
After his stupendous 2017/2018 campaign with the Swiss giants when he guided them to their first League trophy in 32 years, a host of clubs where linked with a move for the 23 year old centre-back.
Despite the interest from Italy and Germany including Borussia Dortmund and Mönchengladbach, Nuhu opted for Julian Nagelsmann’s side.
The 23 year old put pen to paper on five year contract in a deal reported to be worth around €10M.
According to Nuhu, he chose Hoffenheim for sporting reasons and after speaking with coach Nagelsmann he was convinced it was the right project.
”I chose Hoffenheim because I put so many things into consideration. First of all, I considered the amount of playing time I would get beacuse at Young Boys I was a starter” Nuhu told FootballMadeInGhana.com
”And after having the opportunity to meet and talk to the coach I got the positive feeling that I had a big role to play for the club”
Nuhu has been a key figure for the German Bundesliga side this season. He has registered one assist in 13 matches in all competitions for the club despite missing some games during the first half of the season through injury.