Nahuel Noll signs premature contract extension with TSG

Bundesliga side TSG Hoffenheim have prematurely extended the contract of their talented young goalkeeper, Nahuel Noll, which was due to expire next year. The current German U20 international's new contract in the Kraichgau will now run until 30 June 2027.

"Nahuel is a highly talented goalkeeper who has an exciting future ahead of him and we expect there is still a lot to come from him. We are pleased that we have been able to secure his services in the long term, especially as a loan in the summer of 2024 could be an interesting option that we are seriously considering," said Pirmin Schwegler, director of professional football at TSG. "Nahuel has been at Hoffenheim since his days in the U17s and is therefore another positive example of the typical TSG route from the club's own academy to the first team."

"For some time now, Nahuel has been an integral part of our goalkeeping team, which also boasts Oliver Baumann and Luca Philipp. In addition to his extraordinary goalkeeping skills, he catches the eye with excellent build-up play and his willingness to get the most out of himself every day," said TSG goalkeeper coach Alexander Stolz. "His development is very positive and we are looking forward to working with him to shape the next steps in his career."

In the summer of 2019, Noll moved from the youth team of TSV 1860 Munich to the TSG academy, initially playing for the Hoffenheim U17s. The 20-year-old goalkeeper has now been part of the first team squad for about two and a half years. During this time, he has played 55 games for the TSG Regionalliga side. Noll has five appearances for the German Under-20 national team since making his debut in September 2022.

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