Danish midfielder Thomas Delaney could join his compatriot Kasper Dolberg at German Hoffenheim. After recovering from injury sustained at the World Cup with the Nordic team, Delaney has been enjoying himself for less than a minute with Sampaoli’s team and in Germany they are discussing an offer to return to the Bundesliga.
The player knows the championship and would have given the Ok. His time at Werder Bremen and Borussia Dortmund allows him to be billed in the German tournament and this is one of the more possible outings in the remaining days of the market at Sevilla. According to ‘Sky Sport’, Hoffenheim’s interest is serious and Sevilla need to free up their chips to include the reinforcements requested by Sampaoli.
At Hoffenheim, Delaney will team up with Dolberg, who at the start of the market saw Nice end his loan contract with Sevilla to join the German club.
In the space left by the Danish Sampaoli, he wanted a midfielder with the arrival, a position in which he failed in his attempt with the Frenchman Reine-Adélaïde, who was discarded after undergoing a medical examination.
Source: La Verdad
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