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Ghanaian international, Kasim Nuhu Adams has said that recurrent injuries have hindered his progress since moving to the German Bundesliga.
Nuhu Adams, 24, joined Hoffenheim from Young Boys of Switzerland in the 2018/2019 season after making 16 appearances in all competitions during an injury-ravaged season.
He, however, failed to get much playing time due to injuries, and prior to the commencement of the 2019/20 season, he was loaned to newly promoted German Bundesliga side Fortuna Düsseldorf. Unortunately for him, he was sidelined by injury after joining Dusseldorf on a season-long loan, which he has recovered.
“It hasn’t been easy for me since I came from Switzerland to Hoffenheim. They bought me at a huge price, which I haven’t been able to repay them with a performance that I like,” he told Tv3’s Juliet Bawuah via Instagram conversation.
He continued: “I got injured during my first few games and was out for 2 months and after returning, I wasn’t getting enough playing time so I decided to go on loan at Fortuna Düsseldorf in order to get more playing time but I got injured again.
He is hoping to rediscover his form to achieve his target of moving to the German top-flight.
“So, coming to Germany has been too hard for me in terms of injuries. It has not allowed me to play to the level I was in Switzerland but as time goes on, I know I will get my rhythm again and make it in the Bundesliga.”
Nuhu Adams made 12 appearances for Fortuna Düsseldorf before the season was suspended.