Ghana international, Kasim Adams Nuhu, has joined German Bundesliga side, TSG Hoffenheim, on a five-year deal after agreeing terms with the club.
The 23-year-old defender signed for the club from Swiss club, Young Boys Bern, where he spent two years playing in their top flight.
Nuhu was in splendid form for Young Boys during their last campaign and helped them win their 12th Super League title for the first time in 32 years.
Confirming the arrival of the Ghanaian to Hoffenheim, the club's official Twitter handle wrote, "Kasim Adams Nuhu and
#Hoffenheim have agreed to terms on a long-term deal! The 22-year old defender joins us from Swiss champions @BSC_YB and signed a contract at #Hoffenheim until 2023".
He will be expected to join his new teammates as they prepare to participate in the Bundesliga and the UEFA Champions League in the upcoming season.
Nuhu has made four appearances for the Black Stars and scored two goals, the most recent coming in the Ghana's 2-2 draw with Iceland in Reykjavík in an international friendly on June 7.