Discrete analog stage for these S-D differential out DAC's

It is not a problem. I designed it for the TDA1541A which has 2 mA offset, while the PCM1798 has 3.5 mA offset. The offset current flows from the centre tap of the input transformer (ground) into the current outputs of the DAC. This current is in opposite direction at each half of the primary, so they cancel each other.

In the op-amp output stage version the current output of the DAC is at ground potential, and the offset current flows from the virtual ground into the DAC output (and the same current flows from the op-amp output to the virtual ground). The DAC pulls the necessary offset current from the ground always, regardless of wether it is hard tied to ground, connected to a virtual ground, or connected to a transformer that has a center tap on ground.