German Bundesliga side TSG 1899 Hoffenheim are set to complete a move for Ghana defender Kasim Nuhu.
The German side are believed to be in advanced talks with his club BSC Young Boys over the transfer of the defender.
The former Medeama SC man has been in top shape for the Swiss side.
According to reports in German newspaper Bild, Nuhu has already agreed on personal terms with the side, with a fee of around €13 million close to being agreed between the two teams.
The defender has also expressed a desire to play abroad if the chance pops up.
”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"
"It’s been an amazing feeling playing for Young Boys and also being part of the club’s history but I think this is the right time for me to open a new chapter elsewhere,” he told Sportsworld Ghana.
The 23-year old has made four appearances for the Black Stars.