Hoffenheim coach Alfred Schreuder says Munas Dabbur still has some work to do in order to find his top level.
|Alfred Schreuder.||Photo: TSG Hoffenheim|
There's still plenty of room for improvement for Munas Dabbur, says Hoffenheim coach Alfred Schreuder.
The 27-year-old, who joined Hoffenheim from Sevilla in January, showed what he's capable of as he netted a brace in his side's 4-3 loss to Bayern München in the DFB-Pokal earlier this month.
But in general, the striker hasn't been as clinical in front of goal as Schreuder would like him to be.
"He's still missing the last punch, but he's getting in the right positions, and his movement is very good. His development is as expected. He hadn't played for a long time at Sevilla, so you have to guide him a bit," Schreuder told Kicker and added:
"He also needs to make further physical progress. He knows that, we have talked to him about it."
Hoffenheim paid €12 million to bring in Dabbur who has scored two goals in five appearances in Germany so far.