Ghana defender Kasim Nuhu Adams has joined Bundesliga side TSG Hoffenheim on a five year deal.
It brings to a close his 3 year association with Swiss Super Lig side BSC Young Boys which he joined from Spanish side Real Mallorca.
The 22 year old arrived in Germany on Tuesday and sealed a move on Wednesday morning after completing a mandatory medical.
The contract will keep him at the club until 2023. He becomes the third Ghanaian player to play for Hoffenheim after Isaac Vorsah between 2007 and 2012 and Prince Tagoe’s spell between 2009 and 2011.
Kasim played 32 times for Young Boys on their way to winning the title, pitching in with 4 goals in the process.
His impressive performances earned him a call up to the Black Stars where he made his debut in an international friendly against Saudi Arabia in October 2017.
He has since featured 3 times for the senior national team.