The German Bundesliga team has been keeping an eye on Saviour Godwin, a Super Eagles player.
TSG Hoffenheim, a Bundesliga team, has shot down speculation about Nigerian international Saviour Godwin.
Earlier rumours suggest that Die Kraichgauer was interested in signing the Nigerian winger from the Portuguese first-division team Casa Pia AC.
Although the former Flying Eagles player who just earned a Super Eagles cap against Algeria has scored for his Primeira Liga team, which may be reasons for his interest from other teams.
However, according to recent sources from Kicker and Sky, The Blues are far more interested in the Danish attacker Kasper Dolberg than they are in the 26-year-old Nigerian.
Hoffeiham’s interest in Saviour Godwin
Hoffenheim is reportedly interested in recruiting Super Eagles winger Saviour Godwin from a Primeira Lig team, according to a previous report from soccernet.ng.
However, Godwin’s free transfer to Casa Pia in 2020 was restricted by the terms of his contract, which keeps him with the Geese until June 2024.
Yet Godwin’s popularity has skyrocketed after he assisted Casa Pia in being promoted to the top flight after spending a number of years in the second division.
After Brazilian powerhouse Corinthians expressed a serious interest in hiring him, the former KSV Roeselare recruit came dangerously close to departing Casa Pia in the summer.