Hoffenheim’s Kabak ready for stability after endless loan spell

Hoffenheim confirm Kabak capture

By Jonathan Dicks

Ozan Kabak is looking for a long-term stay at Hoffenheim, as he recovers from spending the last several years on the move.

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Ozan Kabak has been on quite the journey in his young career. Get ready for this. The Turkish international has notably played for Galatasaray, Stuttgart, Schalke, Liverpool, Norwich and Hoffenheim in just the last few years. That’s a lot to take in for a player who’s only 22-years-old.

However, the center-back believes that Hoffenheim is set to become is home for the foreseeable future. Kabak signed a deal until 2026 this summer, putting an end to his constant loan moves. He hopes for more stability with the club, as he’s experienced relegation at both Stuttgart and Norwich. Kabak was also transferred to Liverpool right before Schalke’s demotion.

In an interview with Kicker, the defender stated that, “I think now is the time to settle in firmly and play constantly at a club. That’s why Hoffenheim is the perfect choice for me because there are the best conditions here to develop myself calmly at a very good level.”

Kabak has quickly been inserted as a regular in the starting lineup, even scoring in Hoffenheim’s win on Matchday 2.

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