The highly-rated teenager, who came through the youth ranks at Bayern Munich, is on the brink of breaking into Hoffenheim's first team.
Moerstedt, who stands around 6'4, fits the mould of a classic number nine striker, and his recent performances at the Under-17s World Cup have attracted the attention of several clubs across Europe.
Moerstedt was a key performer for his national side at the Under-17s World Cup and scored four goals, including a penalty in Germany's victory over France in the final of the competition.
Before his World Cup campaign, the teenager netted 10 goals in nine games for Hoffenheim's Under-19s in the league, which included a four-goal haul against Heidenheim and a hat-trick against Kaiserslautern.
During the first half of the previous season, Moerstedt played for Hoffenheim's Under-17s team and contributed to 16 goals in 11 games, which saw him promoted to the Under-19s level midway through the season.
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