The TSG 1899 Hoffenheim has prematurely extended the contract with her long-standing football professional Pavel Kaderabek. The 29-year-old Czech wing player signed a contract according to the Bundesliga club until June 30, 2025. “Pavel has been a fixed size in our team for almost seven years and has developed into a real identification figure during this time,” said long-standing footballs chief Alexander Rosen. Kaderabek had come from Sparta Prague in the Kraichgau in 2015 and played 167 games in the House for the TSG. Most recently, Oliver Baumann, Ihlas Bebou, Kevin Vogt, Georginio Rutter and David region had extended their contracts in Hoffenheim. Open is the future of the Croatian World Cup-Second Andrej Kramaric, which is only bound to the club until the end of the season.