Dolberg likely approaching TSG Hoffenheim – Nice dissolve Sevilla FC loan

Kasper Schmeichel before moving to OGC Nice Leicester City

The offer includes an option to buy

Kasper Dolberg is apparently on the eve of the Bundesliga. It was already reported in early December that TSG Hoffenheim were trying to secure the services of the 25-year-old striker, according to ‘Bild’ Kraichgauer and OGC Nice have now agreed on a deal. As a result, the Danish national player’s loan to Sevilla FC will be terminated prematurely, who will in turn join TSG by the summer.


Kasper Dolberg
K Dolberg
OGC Nice
center forward

OGC Nice
OGC Nice


TSG 1899 Hoffenheim
TSG Hoffenheim
League 1 Bundesliga

The deal with the Ligue 1 club, where Dolberg is still contractually bound until 2024, also includes a purchase option. The striker is due to fly with the team for a training camp in Portugal on January 3. With a market value of €12m, Dolberg will be one of the four most valuable professionals in coach André Breitenreiter’s squad.

With eight goals in 26 games, the 40-time national player the previous season at Nice, where Dolberg tipped in 2019 for around €20m, mostly didn’t get past extra player status and moved on to Sevilla on loan on Deadline. The Spaniards also secured a buy option for the right-(Site notre bureau spécialisé)ed player who also failed to make the hoped-for La Liga breakthrough. Only four league appearances and one assist have been recorded since his move.

The top transfers from OGC Nice since the arrival of Ineos in 2019

Sofiane Diop – transfer fee: 22 million euros

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2022/23 by AS Monaco

Kaper Dolberg – transfer fee: €20.5m

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2019/20 by Ajax Amsterdam

Gaëtan Laborde – fee: €15 million

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2022/23 Stade Rennes

Calvin Stengs – stamp: 15 million euros

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2021/22 from AZ Alkmaar

Matteo Viti – transfer fee: 13 million euros

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2022/23 by FC Empoli

Alexis Claude-Maurice – fee: 13 million euros

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2019/20 by FC Lorient

Stanley Nsoki – transfer fee: 12.5 million euros

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2019/20 by Paris Saint-Germain

Alexis Beka Beka – fee: €12m


2022/23 by Loko Moscow

Andy Delort – fee: €10m

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2021/22 by Montpellier HSC

Jean-Clair Todibo – transfer fee: 8.5 million euros

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2021/22 from FC Barcelona (after previous loan)

Justin Kluivert – Loan with option to buy

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2021/22 by Roma

Robson Bambu – transfer fee: €8 million

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2020/21 by Club Athletico Paranaense

Amine Gouiri – fee: 7 million euros

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2020/21 by Olympique Lyonnais

Pablo Rosario – transfer fee: 6 million euros

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2021/22 by PSV Eindhoven

Mario Lemina – transfer fee: 5.5 million euros

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2021/22 Fulham F.C.

Morgan Schneiderlin – transfer fee: 2.23 million euros

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2020/21 by Everton FC

Flavius ​​Daniliuc – Free Transfer

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2020/21 by FC Bayern

Jordan Lotomba – fees: 7 million euros

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2020/21 by BSC Young Boys

Hicham Boudaoui – fee: 4 million euros

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2019/20 by Paradou AC

Hassane Kamara – transfer fee: 4 million euros

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2020/21 by Stade de Reims

Aaron Ramsey – Transfer fee: –

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2022/23 by Juventus

In Hoffenheim, Dolberg is supposed to strengthen the offensive currently decimated by injury. The eleventh in the table must compensate for the absence of Ihlas Bebou (cartilage damage) in the offensive, among others, Munas Dabbur (shoulder injury) was also absent recently.

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Author: Jacqueline MANNESSIER