Bundesliga Summer Transfer Window of 2020-21: Live Updates
This year, the summer transfer window in Germany will have two different phases due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Starting from 1 July and then from 15 to 5 October. Let's see which players are joining or leaving your favorite team?
This article provides a list of German soccer transfers of 2020 in the Bundesliga. The German Football Association has changed the deadlines of Bundesliga summer transfers of 2020 because of the COVID-19 outbreak in Germany and the subsequent effect on the timing of the 2019–20 and 2020–21 campaigns.
The portal has been opened for one day on 1 July 2020 to enable players to register based on initially signed agreements. On 15 July the transfer window reopened and on 5 October 2020 will be closed.
Bundesliga Summer Transfer Window of 2020-21: Live Updates
What follows is a list of German soccer transfers of 2020 in the Bundesliga.
Rumor: Davy Klaassen - Werder Bremen to Ajax
Another one from Ajax here, Klaasen going back to his club where he began his football career and Dutch media announced a transfer of €11 million. During his two campaigns in the Bundesliga, Klaassen was a first-team player yet the player seems ready to transfer tomorrow before the transfer window closes.
Rumor: Justin Kluivert - Roma to RB Leipzig (loan)
On Saturday, Julian Nagelsman won against Schalke but he seems to be keen on improving his options of attack before the transfer window shuts on Monday. Justin Kluivert was normally played on flanks at Ajax ahead of leaving them to join Roma in 2018. Son of Patrick Kluivert is not satisfied in Italy and it could be enticing to join RB Leipzig. It is estimated that the loan cost on the offer is €1.5 million, and Leipzig would like to purchase Justin Kluivert.
Rumor: Eric Chupo-Moting - Free agent to Bayern Munich
After the Polish striker joined Bayern Munich, trying to be his backup has been more of an ungrateful job, but it seems that the former PSG strikerwill be the next to take the role.
The 31-year-old Hamburg-born Cameroon international played 10 years in Germany ahead of joining Stoke City and PSG, where he netted a sensational late winning goal against Atalanta in the UCL quarterfinal last campaign. However, In the final, PSG lost the game against Bayern Munich.
If the reliable forward wants a break in a compressed campaign, Chupo-Moting would probably be content to play secondary role to him.
Rumor: Callum Hudson-Odoi - Chelsea to Bayern Munich (loan)
Reports in Germany and England state that the Blues has declined the new bid by Bayern Munich for their long-term plan, which is believed to be a loan agreement with an option to purchase next year for EUR 77 million. In their 4-0 victory against Crystal Palace on Saturday, Hudson-Odoi played for Chelsea and his boss, Frank Lampard, discussed the rumors.
"We'll know the result by Monday," he stated. They may have announced their concern, that is one aspect, however, as I just mentioned there in terms of the team, all that occurs by Monday will be stuff that are positive for us as a team first since Callum is our member, and we take into account what Callum desires. "It's got ta be perfect for all of us. I want him as member of my team at the time.
Done deal: Sven Ulreich - Bayern Munich to Hamburg
Sven Ulreich has left the defending champions after 5 years winning lots of titles. Ulreich will continue to enable Hamburg go back to the top level.
Although spending much of his time on the bench, Ulreich was a crucial figure in the 2017-18 trophy win for Bayern Munich, yet he made a huge mistake in the semifinal defeat to Real Madrid in the UCL.
Alexander Nubel's arrival has driven down the previous Stuttgart goalie in the pecking order. "I am already looking forward to HSV's next mission and would like to do my best to guarantee that the club will soon compete once more in the Bundesliga-and then I look forward to witnessing FC Bayern soon," Ulreich stated.
Done deal: Amin Younes - Napoli to Eintracht Frankfurt
An arrangement that had been speculated during the week has already been documented. In order to add depth and ability to the Frankfurt attack, the former Gladbach striker is heading to the Bundesliga. The player has agreed on a two-year loan contract with Frankfurt and they have an option to purchase him.
Done deal: Maximilian Philipp - Dynamo Moscow to Wolfsburg (loan)
Maxi Philipp, a previous striker of Freiburg and Dortmund, has decided to return to the Bundesliga and signed one-year loan deal with Wolfsburg. The striker was great at Freiburg, yet playing at Dortmund seemed to be a huge step for him.
Done deal: Marius Wolf - Borussia Dortmund to Cologne (loan)
Switching away from BVB for the second campaign, the 25-year-old has now become a Koln player. The former Hannover striker will expect to reclaim the quality that gave him his major transfer to Dortmund in 2018 in the wake of a disappointing period at Hertha Berlin last campaign.
Done deal: Ridle Baku - Mainz to Wolfsburg
The purchasing of 22-year-old player Ridle Baku on a 5-year deal from Mainz has been concluded by Wolfsburg. In 50 Bundesliga games, Baku has netted 3 goals.
Done deal: Frederik Rönnow & Markus Schubert — Eintracht Frankfurt & Schalke
Schalke once more bought a Frankfurt member on loan for the second time this year as goalie Ronnow follows Goncalo Paciencia. Schalke goalkeeper Markus Schubert will transfer in the reverse way to enter Frankfurt on a year-long loan deal.
Done deal: Joel Pohjanpalo — Bayer Leverkusen to Union Berlin
The Iron Ones have improved their striking options for this campaign by purchasing Pohjanpalo on loan. After joining Leverkusen in 2013, this is the 5th occasion he has left the club on loan. The striker netted 9 goals in 14 Hamburg matches last campaign.
Rumor: Davy Klaassen — Werder Bremen to Ajax
As per news in the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf, Ajax are negotiating for a contract to get midfielder Davy Klaassen back to the team. Klaassen joined the Ajax Academy and featured 126 occasions in 6 years, ahead of going on to join Everton. Werder Bremen would rather maintain the playmaker, but if the market value is appropriate, they are assumed to be open to sale.
Rumor: Michael Cuisance — Bayern Munich to Leeds United
It looks as if the 21-year-old playmaker Michael Cuisance is willing to depart. For the French recent Borussia Monchengladbach star, Leeds United, managed by Marcelo Bielsa, are setting up a €20 million contract. Leeds are planning to sign a 4-year contract for him, with negotiations continuing.
Rumor: Loris Karius – Liverpool to Union Berlin
This is a shocking report, and not only due to Andreas Luthe is a newcomer to Berlin and in good shape. The Union have decided, as per Kicker, to buy Loris Karius. Still no acknowledgement however.
Confirmed: Santiago Arias – Atletico Madrid to Bayer Leverkusen
For a new defender, the Eternal Bridesmaids are keen on signing Santiago Arias on loan from Atletico Madrid. Leverkusen will have the possibility of making the contract permanent should they decide to do so. Santiago Arias has been played 53 games for Colombia national team.
Rumor: Wout Weghorst – Wolfsburg to Tottenham
Tottenham Hotspur F.C. are obviously keen on purchasing a Dutch striker to their squad. It was Bas Dost of Frankfurt initially, and today it's Wout Weghorst from Wolfsburg. Allegedly, the Wolves would not consider a contract under EUR 30 million, yet granted approval for their top goalscorer to negotiate a transfer.
Done deal - Alexander Sorloth — Crystal Palace to Leipzig
Norwegian forward Alexander Sorloth has been signed by RB Leipzig from Crystal Palace. The player who played for Trabzonspor on loan last campaign, has agreed on a 5-year deal with the Leipzig team. Trabzonspor announced that they would divide the transfer fee of EUR 20 million with Crystal Palace.
"The RB Leipzig attacking football games is great for my playing style," Sorloth stated. "I hope to have the opportunity of competing in the UEFA Champions League."
Rumor: Alexander Sorloth - Crystal Palace/Trabzonspor to RB Leipzig
The transfer saga of Alexander Sorloth to Die Roten Bullen is apparently close to eventually being confirmed. A previous medical was delayed by the Trabzonspor forward, but in Leipzig he was photographed and he reported to Norwegian TV that he was willing to join the club. For the striker who netted 31 goals for Trabzonspor last campaign, Leipzig are set to pay around EUR 20 million. Last campaign with 10 starts off the bench the 22-year-old made only one start in the Bundesliga.
Rumor: Wout Weghorst — Wolfsburg to Tottenham
De Telegraaf announced that Spurs would like to purchase Wolfsburg attacker Wout Weghorst. With Spurs set to play more than 50 matches this campaign, Jose Mourinho is aiming to improve his front line and supply England striker Harry Kane with backup. It is claimed, though, that Wolfsburg would estimate their key forward at EUR 35 million, that is expected to be a major obstacle.
Rumor: Mario Gotze: Free agent
Since rejecting a move to David Beckham's Inter Miami, Gotze has indeed unresolved issues in Europe.
"I have ambitious objectives and I really want to win the Champions League – that pushes me in every training session every day," Gotze told Bild.
Rumor: Sergino Dest: Ajax to Bayern Munich
The speculation about Dest's possible transfer had faded away, yet rumors have revived with news in Germany claiming a €15-million ($17.8 million) offer has been tabled by the Bavarians. The player played 36 matches for Ajax and three games for the U.S. national team.
Done deal: Thiago Alcantara — Bayern Munich to Liverpool
On Thursday, Bayern Munich confirmed that the treble winners had decided to move midfielder Thiago Alcantara to Liverpool permanently.
"I can announce that FC Bayern have successfully found a way to deal with Liverpool FC," Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, CEO of the club, told German daily Bild.
The contract is estimated to be for an upfront fee of approximately EUR 22 million ($26 million) for the 29-year-old who has one year left on his agreement. The deal is expected to be accompanied by add-ons.
Manager Hansi Flick congratulated head coach Jurgen Klopp of Liverpool on buying Alcantara, whom he portrayed as an "exceptional footballer." 'Kloppo' gets a top player and a fantastic guy,' said Flick.
Done deal: Ondrej Duda — Hertha Berlin to Cologne
Just after Jhon Cordoba transferred to Berlin from FC Koln, the Slovakian will go the other direction. His transfer to Koln has been completed by Hertha agreeing on a four-year deal until 2024. FC Koln will allegedly pay Hertha a transfer fee of 7 million euros. Following Ron-Robert Zieler and Sebastian Andersson, Duda is their third signing of the season.
Done deal: Baptiste Santamaria – Angers to Freiburg
SC Freiburg have concluded purchasing Baptiste Santamaria for a club-record transfer of 10 million euros from Ligue 1 team Angers. Last campaign, Santamaria just missed 14 minutes of Anger's shortened league season in which they managed to finish 11th. He is supposed to be Nicolas Hofler's partner in Freiburg.
Done deal: Jhon Cordoba — Cologne to Hertha Berlin
Hertha Berlin has formally bought Jhon Cordoba of Cologne. In a contract allegedly worth EUR 15 million, the Colombian forward will transfer to Berlin. Cordoba, the biggest purchasing of FC Koln, had informed to sit out against Altglienicke on Saturday.
Done deal: Goncalo Paciencia — Eintracht Frankfurt to Schalke
Schalke have confirmed Goncalo Paciencia's signing, a transfer that strengthens the attacking resources for David Wagner. After Andre Silva and Bas Dost arrived, the player had failed to be in first-XI in Frankfurt.
Done deal: Sebastian Andersson — Union Berlin to Cologne
Union have announced Sebastian Andersson quitting Koln to join Hertha Berlin. In his very first Bundesliga campaign with Union, the Swedish player netted 12 goals and provided three assists.
Done deal: Marcel Tisserand — Wolfsburg to Fenerbahce
After 4 years in Bundesliga, the Congolese player is leaving Germany to join Fenerbahce for a record 4 million euro price tag. In 2017, Tisserand moved from Ingolstadt to Wolfsburg, having spent a campaign with Ingolstadt.
Done deal: Florian Muller — Mainz to Freiburg (loan)
Freiburg agreed on a one-year loan deal with Mainz for Florian Muller after losing Mark Flekken due to injury. After Robin Zentner faced an injury, the 22-year-old had played the very last 9 matches for Mainz, however, with Zentner recovery, Muller turned into a reserve player again.
Rumor: Jhon Cordoba — Cologne to Hertha Berlin
As rumors circulate that the player will join Hertha Berlin for about EUR 15 million, Jhon Cordoba sat out the German Cup victory over Altglienicke on Saturday. As Koln manager Markus Gisdol stated, "Jhon requested not to play from the beginning as he is in negotiations with a club."
Rumor: Milot Rashica — Werder Bemen to Aston Villa
It seems like a Premier League team may have started negotiations to sign Milot Rashica from Werder Bremen in a race with Leipzig. The player may be expected to join Aston Villa, according to Die DeichStube reports.
Done deal: Ivan Perisic — Bayern Munich to Inter Milan
Bayern Munich has announced that Perisic won't stay after his one-year loan contract. He was a key figure for the Bavarians to win the treble, scoring 8 goals and providing 10 assists in 35 games.
Rumor: Marco Richter — Augsburg to Koln
With news in Germany claiming that Augsburg are looking for an eight-figure price, Koln had a first offer failure for Marco Richter. The player who netted 9 goals in 68 games in the league, has a contract which will run until 2023.
Rumor: Robert Andrich — Union Berlin to Freiburg
Purposeful to improve their ranks already lost two of their star players Robin Koch and Luca Waldschmidt, Freiburg is still looking for a midfielder. After an unsuccessful attempt for signing Baptiste Santamaria of Angers, rumors say they have started serious negotiations with Union Berlin's Andrich.
Done deal: Angelino — Manchester City to Leipzig
As Angelino was a key figure in the German club's run to the Champions League semifinal, Leipzig concluded an extension for the Manchester City full-back Angelino on loan for another campaign.
Leipzig announced that the new deal came with an opportunity to purchase the defender under a contract until 2025.
Done deal: Daniel Baier — Augsburg to retirement
Daniel Baier revealed on social media that he would have preferred to finish his football in Augsburg yet he is now eager to hang up his boots after his deal with the club expired at the end of July.
"I'm extremely grateful and proud to be able to call myself a Bundesliga kid and will always think back on that period with gratitude. Even though it occurred in a way that I didn't foresee for myself, that's how it has to be."
Done deal: Patrik Schick — Roma to Bayer Leverkusen
Leverkusen spent some cash on Patrik Schick after selling Kevin Volland and Kai Havertz. The striker spent the last campaign on loan with RB Leipzig, netting 10 goals in 28 matches.
"I'm very pleased to be able to continue playing in the Bundesliga and for this club internationally," he will compete in next season's Europa League with Leverkusen.
Done deal: Lazar Samardzic — Hertha Berlin to RB Leipzig
In a contract allegedly worth € 600,000, one of Germany's biggest young stars left Berlin to join Leipzig.
"Lazar is one of the greatest German youngsters around. We were able to persuade him to come here, while there was a demand from abroad," Markus Kroesche stated.
In 2009, Samardzic joined Hertha Berlin at the age of 7 and played a couple of matches as first-XI last campaign. However, now a five-year deal has been concluded with RB Leipzig.
"RB Leipzig is a fantastic club for young, ambitious players. For many years, the side has been playing exciting and offensive football and I feel I'll fit in well," Samardzic stated.
Rumor: Julian Draxler — Paris Saint-Germain to Bayer Leverkusen
While in all of Germany's Nations League games he played 90 minutes, Joachim Low encouraged Julian Draxler to join a club where he can play regularly if he wishes to remain in contention.
With Leverkusen managing to fill the gaps left by Havertz and Volland, with only one year left on his contract at PSG, Draxler appears to be in high demand .
Rumor: Thiago — Bayern Munich to Liverpool
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge CEO of Bavarian club confirmed that he is ready to let Thiago leave weather to Liverpool or Manchester United, however the Spaniard is not so confident to leave or stay. "I never said I'm going to leave," Thiago said just before the match where Spain won the game 4-0 against Ukrine.
"You put me in a new squad every year. I am on the sidelines and right now my dream is the game of tomorrow. I don't think or care what I know I talked. " A couple of days prior, Thiago, who had been bought for Bavarians by Pep Guardiola from Barcelona in 2013, mentioned how happy he was in Germany by saying: "Bayern is my home and I am happy to be there."
Rumor: Julian Draxler — Paris Saint-Germain to Hertha Berlin
According to rumors from Germany, the former player of Schalke and Wolfsburg is apparently not satisfied with his situation at PSG and will try to stay with Joachim Low's Euro 2021 project.
Whilst he will only be on his deal for a year more, Hertha Berlin might be one of the only German clubs who can manage to afford him financially and need a player like him. Yet he certainly won't be short of offers.
Done deal Ritsu Doan — PSV to Arminia Bielefeld (loan)
The freshly formed and promoted team has relocated to pick up the left winger. In a statement on Saturday Coach Uwe Neuhaus mentioned that Doan is "a very challenging winger with a fantastic speed who displays consistency with goals and assists." This summer Bielefeld has bought many players yet still has plenty to pay for transfers.
Done deal: Kai Havertz — Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea
This one eventually finished, and on Friday night both clubs declared the contract. A five-year deal was signed with the Premier League team Chelsea, however Havertz was unable to express his thoughts towards his boyhood club Leverkusen. In the hand of Frank Lampard, Havertz will be linked with the other German internationals Timo Werner and Antonio Rudiger.
Done deal: Guus Til — Spartak Moscow to Freiburg
With the Dutch midfielder's signing on a two-year loan deal from Spartak, Freiburg has improved their attacking capabilities. The deal involves an option to buy. The 22-year-old told the website of Freiburg that "The game is played in the Bundesliga at a fast pace that fits my playing style. I had nothing to worry about the deal."
Done deal: Mike van der Hoorn — Swansea City to Arminia Bielefeld
Arminia Bielefeld agreed on a three-year contract in the Bundesliga with the Dutch defender van der Hoorn. Bielefeld Coach Uwe Neuhaus stated, "Mike is a solid defender, who has also can be a playmaker. "He fits very well with his consistency into our play system."
Done deal: Vedad Ibisevic — Hertha Berlin to Schalke
It will never be simple, yet Schalke has entered the free market to overcome the dilemma. They found a stable source of goals in spite of their restricted funds. Ibisevic is 36 and has a decent record of 127 goals in 340 games in the Bundesliga.
Rumor: Benoit Badiashile — Monaco to Bayer Leverkusen
After selling Volland, Leverkusen had hoped to sign Badiashile, a 19-year-old player , but sources indicate that Bayer 04 has considered a contract that could squeeze any chance of a summer transfer.
Rumor: Baptiste Santamaria — Angers to SC Freiburg
In spite of rumors, Ligue 1 team Angers announced publicly that they had declined a €11 million bid for Santamaria from Fribourg. The price of holding midfielder may have been the biggest ever for Freiburg, yet behind that future contract there is now a big problem.
Done deal: Robert Gumny — Lech Poznan to Augsburg
Polish Under-21 defender Gumny left Lech Poznan to join Augsburg for a five-year contract. "We are happy to sign a promising young right-back," Stefan Reuter stated. "We hope that in the coming years he will play a big role in the team to achieve our goals."
Done deal: Kevin Volland — Bayer Leverkusen to Monaco
Volland, who joined Ligue 1 team Monaco in a €11 million contract plus add-ons, netted 50 goals in 148 Leverkusen matches.
This is his first move that have taken place outside Germany. "Kevin's is a dynamic footballer who works tirelessly for his team to produce goals and assists that shows his goalscoring and selflessness. I trust that his commitment and expertise will provide our team with a very valuable advantage," added Paul Mitchell, Monaco's sporting director .
Done deal: Philipp Max — Augsburg to PSV Eindhoven
Following five years with Augsburg Philip Max finallly left Bundesliga to join the 24-time Dutch champions on a four-year contract valued at € 10 million. "I love the way PSV's style of play," stated Max. "They like titles, and I like that."
Rumor: Kai Havertz — Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea
Many reputable reports say that the clubs settled on a € 80 million deal initially and a further €20 million if different conditions are complied. Head coach Peter Bosz has been surrendered to withdrawal of his superstars as well as Kevin Volland for Monaco. "I don't foresee Havertz and Volland to train with us any more," he stated.
Done deal: Weston McKennie — Schalke to Juventus
Schalke's Weston McKennie has been signed by Juventus. The player left Schalke to join the Old Lady on a loan deal which can become permanent allegedly under different performance-based conditions.
"The decision to sell a prolific player like Weston clearly reflects the financial condition of our club," said Jochen Schneider, Sport Manager of Schalke. The club has recently considered to be facing financial difficulties.
Done deal: Robin Koch — Freiburg to Leeds
The transfer to Leeds United was confirmed by Robin Koch. The SC Freiburg star player agreed on a four-year deal with Leeds. The recently promoted Club is expected to spend more than €15 million to win Koch's signature.
Robin Koch thanked Freiburg and his supporters on his Twitter account.
He tweeted: "Three years at Freiburg, 3 years that meant a lot to me." "A new adventure is now on the way. We may see each other soon once more."
Rumor: Jean-Phillipe Mateta — Mainz to Crystal Palace
Since saying earlier this year that he was willing to play outside Bundesliga, the French player has been allegedly in demand. Crystal Palace, after the interest of Newcastle, is the next one in a chain of PL clubs to express an interest. Mateta has suffered injuries during the first half of the year and in spite of the latest poor displays, the deal is estimated to worth about 15 million euro.
Rumor: Robin Koch — Freiburg to England
Freiburg defender Robin Koch may be transferred to England after he allegedly refused to join Benfica in Portugal. The 24-year-old player has attracted Newcastle and recently promoted Leeds as per German sports magazine Kicker.
August 27: Bundesliga summer transfers of 2020
Rumor: Patrik Schick — Roma to Leverkusen
According to news, Leverkusen has robbed the march against Leipzig to sign Schick this summer. The Czech international played 22 matches and netted 10 goals last campaign, however, Leverkusen may have the advantage to sign him because RB Leipzig did not meed Roma's demand.
Rumor: Streli Mamba — Paderborn to Köln
Mamba had been pleased by his decision to exit the club specifically with his displays with Paderborn last season, one of his successes was the hat trick against Dortmund. The player told Express "I want to join FC Koln, that is why I turned down other offers."
Rumor: Vedad Ibisevic — Free agent to Schalke
The Bundesliga career of Ibisevic is now expected to write a new adventure with Bild claiming that he is about to join Schalke and that they are urgently searching for short-term targets. Last season, Ibisevic played 27 matches netting 9 goals and providing 9 assists.
August 26: Bundesliga summer transfers of 2020
Rumor: Weston McKennie - Schalke to Juventus
For months now, the American midfielder is the subject of hectic rumors with Hertha Berlin and Southampton among the possible clubs. However, the Old Lady, Juventus seem almost certain to conclude a one-year loan contract for an €18-million deal.
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Rumor: Holger Badstuber - Stuttgart to Inter Miami
Stuttgart's Holger Badstuber is desperate for an exit after being dropped into the reserves. It was announced that the former German international would be free, following a one-year deal that allegedly attracted consideration from David Beckham's Inter Miami.
August 25: Bundesliga summer transfers of 2020
Rumor: Sead Kolasinac - Arsenal to Schalke
Schalke plans to bring a former Knappenschmiede graduate, Kolasinac back to Ruhr region, according to estimates from Sky Germany. The defender participated 123 times in each of the Royal Blues matches before joining the Gunners in 2017, however, only a loan deal will be possible thanks to his price tag.
Done deal: Yann Mvogo - Leipzig to PSV Eindhoven
The Swiss international Mvogo, the player who has signed a two-year contract extension with the club, has entered into a two-year loan agreement with the PSV. The 26-year-old is hopeless for more XI chances competing with Peter Gulasci, the unquestioned No 1.
Done deal: Maxence Lacroix - Sochaux to Wolfsburg
Wolfsburg have completed their second signing of the summer with 20-year-old Lacroix joining the Wolves on a four-year deal from Ligue 2 side Sochaux. "With Maxence, we're continuing along the path of bringing talented, young and hungry players," said sporting director Marcel Schäfer.
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August 24: Bundesliga summer transfers of 2020
Rumor: Amin Younes - Napoli to Bundesliga
The 27-year-old is looking to return to the Bundesliga for more opportunities to play than Napoli. Werder Bremen are the club that are most closely associated with him whose deal will expire in Italy in 2023.
Rumor: Milot Rashica - Stay at Werder Bremen?
Head coach Florian Kohfeldt gave Bremen fans reason to believe that star winger Rashica may still be at the club next season. "As of right now, I'm planning with Milot Rashica as if he'll be with us on Matchday 1," Kohfeldt told the press.
August 23:Bundesliga summer transfers of 2020
Rumor: Robin Koch - SC Freiburg to Leeds United
With the expiry of his contract at the end of the next campaign, Freiburg is able to pay for German international Koch, the player who has drawn attention from Tottenham, Newcastle and AC Milan. Nevertheless, Leeds are able to make a massive bid, as per the reports from Athletic.
August 22: Bundesliga summer transfers of 2020
Rumor: Serge Aurier - Tottenham to Bayer Leverkusen
Leverkusen has been in trouble through recent years with the right-back position. After Ajax's Serginio Dest and Max Aarons in Norwich, the most recent name has been Serge Aurier. Sky Germany estimates that Tottenham may be tempted by an offer priced between 15 and 20 million euros.
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August 21: Bundesliga summer transfers of 2020
Rumor: Angelino - Manchester City to RB Leipzig or Barcelona?
RB Leipzig are currently confronted with the pressure from Man City to sign left-back Angelino. The 23-year-old was playing on a loan deal for Leipzig in the second half of the campaign, where he made a name for himself as a starting player.
RB Leipzig are expected to buy Angelino for approximately € 30 million, while Barcelona are rumored to be willing to make a bid for the Spaniard.
August 20: Bundesliga summer transfers of 2020
Done deal: Valentino Lazaro – Inter Milan to Borussia Mönchengladbach
On a seasonal loan deal to the Bundesliga team, it was announced on Thursday that Borussia Monchengladbach had signed a winger, Valentino Lazaro. The 24-year-old who played for Hertha Berlin from 2017 to 2019, is on Inter Milan's books and was lent in the Newcastle United last season.
Rumor: Suat Serdar: Set to leave Schalke?
According to many sources, Suat Serdar can be released from Schalke this transfer window. The player is signed until 2022, yet Schalke's complicated financial condition may cause them to sell the 23-year-old, who is expected to leave the club to somewhere else.
August 19: Bundesliga summer transfers of 2020
Rumor: Kai Havertz: Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea
BILD has recently reported that the two clubs started negotiations on a contract that would make Havertz the most valuable German player ever. This story is about to come to an end.
Done deal: Reinier: Real Madrid to Borussia Dortmund
After the profitability of the loan of Achraf Hakimi, Dortmund again entered the market of Real Madrid by signing a two-year loan deal for the 18-year-old midfielder Reinier.
Sport Director Michael Zorc has said "Reinier is a footballer who carries with him a great deal of talent and can take up several attack roles. Since two years ago we are following him. He is quick to accept that he is technically good."
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August 18: Bundesliga summer transfers of 2020
Done deal: Valentino Lazaro – Inter Milan to Borussia Mönchengladbach
Marco Rose, head coach of Gladbach, has announced that the team will sign Lazaro on a one-year loan arrangement. Last year, Lazaro left Berlin to join Inter Milan, however, ended up in Newcastle for the campaign.
Done deal: Kevin Danso – Augsburg to Fortuna Düsseldorf
Austrian player Danso has recently taken part in a one-year loan contract with Fortuna Dusseldorf in an effort to gain further playtime next year. Last campaign the 21-year-old had a comparable contract in Southampton, but just played 6 matches.
August 17: Bundesliga transfer rumours 2020
Done deal: Momo Cisse – Le Havre to VfB Stuttgart
Stuttgart has agreed on a long-term deal with Momo Cisse, a well-respected French youth from Ligue 2 team Le Havre. "We’ve signed a fast and technically gifted winger, who we’ll introduce to demands of the Bundesliga step-by-step as part of our squad" Sven Mislintat stated.
Rumor: Matthias Ginter & Nico Elvedi to extend
Matthias Ginter is expected to make an agreement with Borussia Monchengladbach for the extension of contracts prior to the beginning of the campaign. Earlier this month, Ginter told kicker that he is able to continue, although the Elvedi didn't talk publicly. Both have agreements up to 2022 now.
August 16: Bundesliga transfer rumours 2020
Done deal: Tahith Chong – Manchester United to Werder Bremen (loan)
Another talented Premier League player decided to transfer to the Bundesliga with a seasonal loan deal from Manchester United to Werder Bremen.
Since joining Man United from Feyenoord in 2018 the Dutch gifted player has played a few matches. The case of Milot Rashica who is expected to leave the club to join RB Leipzig may speed up the process.
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August 15: Bundesliga transfer rumours 2020
Done deal: Neven Subotic – Free agent
Union Berlin released experienced defender Neven Subotic prior to the beginning of the training camp.
Subotic who came from Bosnia-Herzegovina with German and American citizenship joined Union Berlin at the beginning of last season and played in 23 Bundesliga games netting a goal. The defender is free now to leave the club.
Rumor: Tahith Chong – Manchester United to Werder Bremen?
On Friday, Manchester United Younger Tahith Chong traveled to Bremen to conclude a medical there, an obviously seasonal loan would be the case. But new economical disputes have arisen, according to Germany's BILD newspaper, as two clubs do not yet decide about whether their 20-year old wage is shared by €2.8 million a year.
Rumor: Kai Havertz – Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea?
Bayer Leverkusen publicly announced that they are negotiating the transfer of Kai Havertz after their season eventually ended with the loss against Inter Milan in the Europa League.
CEO Fernando Carro told Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger, "Kai has expressed a desire to take the next step," CEO Fernando Carro told the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger."
Whether that will happen in the near future or not, I cannot say. " Chelsea was long considered to be interested in the German superstar however, Carro claimed that many other clubs still had an interest, although there was still no formal bid.
August 14: Bundesliga 2020-21 completed transfers
Done deal: Luca Waldschmidt – Freiburg to Benfica
The Portuguese team Benfica has bought Freiburg's, Luca Waldschmidt. With a new financing venue, Freiburg had no alternative but to compensate, however, manager Christian Streich acknowledged that it is a disappointment for the Bundesliga team to lose the 24-year-old.
"The COVID-19 period is not simple financially, you have to stay healthy in this respect too. The new stadium has to be paid off. What does that mean? Transfer revenues! We need to train footballers in a way that they bring us revenue. he has made a profit, but in terms of sports, it's a massive loss for us."
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August 12: Bundesliga transfers 2020/21
Rumor: Javi Martinez – Bayern Munich to Rennes
While there has been plenty of talk about the potential departure of one of Bayern Munich's Spanish central midfielders, it turns out Thiago isn't the only one looking to leave Bavaria.
Martinez, 31, has started just 10 games this season and club CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge won't stand in the way of his departure. "We know that he would like to leave the club with a suitable offer," Rummenigge told Spanish outlet AZ. French club Rennes are thought to be one of the options, according to Kicker.
August 11: Bundesliga transfers 2020/21
Rumor: Patrik Schick – Roma to RB Leipzig
RB Leipzig needs to sign the loan spell from Roma striker Patrik Schick but has yet to find a way to sign the contract with the Italian team. "It's true we've been trying to find a solution regarding Schick," sporting director Markus Krosche confirmed ahead of the quarter-final against Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Champions League.
RB Leipzig have been on the lookout for a replacement since Timo Werner's transfer to Chelsea. Milot Rashica, from Werder Bremen, is said to be a top priority.
Rumor: Weston Mckennie – Schalke to Hertha Berlin
Hertha Berlin continue to be the leading competitor for Schalke player Weston Mckennie, yet they still find the €25 million ($29.4 million) demand of the Royal Blues to be huge. Hertha Berlin sporting manager Michael Preetz is keen to reduce the price at least €5m.
August 10: Bundesliga transfers 2020/21
Rumor: Jadon Sancho – Borussia Dortmund to Manchester United
Dortmund's flight to their Swiss training camp was boarded on Monday morning together with Jadon Sancho while the German club's internal transfer deadline seemed to have been passed.
In England, however, reports say, that the August 10 deadline was still considered as artificial for Manchester United, and record English titleholders still concentrate on the signing of the winger for a better price.
German newspapers claim that Dortmund were willing to spend €6 million to €10 million a year to make him stay, though Dortmund is still optimistic that they can do it next summer before a deal with the player expires in 2022. But there remains hope that by October, United will still approve €120 million this summer.
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August 8: Bundesliga transfers 2020/21
Rumor: Ron-Robert Zieler – Hannover to Cologne
The Billy Goats have been checking the market as per to Sports Director Horst Heldt has stated his intention of signing a 31-year-old Ron-Robert Zieler to challenge Timo Horn. The World Cup champion goalie has played 253 Bundesliga games and is a product of the Youth Academy of Cologne.
August 7: Bundesliga 2020-21 completed transfers
Done deal: Sarpreet Singh – Bayern Munich to Nuremberg
After Christian Früchtl, Nuremberg has already signed another young Bavarian Sarpreet Singh on loan. The New Zealand International, who declared that he is keen on "taking a new step," netted 7 goals in 22 matches for the second team of Bayern Munich in the 3rd division last campaign.
August 6: Bundesliga 2020-21 completed transfers
Done deal: Max Kruse — Fenerbahce to Union Berlin
After spending the last campaign with Istanbul based team Fenerbahce, the former Germany international has returned to the Bundesliga contributing 7 goals and 8 assists in 21 games for the Turkish side.
Kruse was linked to Werder Bremen, where he spent 3 campaigns in the Bundesliga prior to leaving the club to land in Turkey.
After arbitrarily ending his Fenerbahce deal, which could be expired in 2022, he became a free agent. The Turkish club has said that the cancelation of the contract is going to take legal action against Kruse.
Rumor: Sven Ulreich — Bayern Munich to Schalke
Ulreich may be going the other direction to Schalke with Alexander Nubel transferring formally to Bayern. The Royal Blues are among the clubs who are keen to sign him according to Kicker. The goalkeeper has also attracted particular attention internationally with proposals from Spain and England.
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Done deal: Kingsley Schindler — Cologne to Hannover
The fast wide forward returns to the second division with a loan deal to join Hanover for the next campaign. After leaving second-tier side Holstein Kiel, Schindler played 15 times for Cologne last season, of which 13 were in the German Top-flights.
Done deal: Deyovasio Zeefuik — Groningen to Hertha Berlin
Buying a new Dutch under 21 star Zeefuik, Hertha has introduced another defender to his team. The talented player from the Ajax academy participated in all 28 of Groningen's matches until their campaign was cut short according to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Done deal: Lucas Torro — Eintracht Frankfurt to Osasuna
After two seasons playing in Germany, the previous Real Madrid player is going back to Spain once again. In those two seasons, Torro has played only 25 matches (12 in 2019-20).
August 5: Bundesliga transfers 2020/21
Done deal: Fin Bartels — Werder Bremen to Holstein Kiel
As Bremen started to rebuild their team since overcoming relegation, they decided to split ways with reliable forward Bartels.
Since transferring from St. Pauli in 2014 the 33-year-old spent 6 years with Werder Bremen. Bartels spent his initial two career campaigns with the team Kiel's youth academy ahead of transferring to Hansa Rostock in 2007.
Done deal: Benjamin Uphoff — Karlsruhe to Freiburg
The next day after Alexander Schwolow had been separated, Freiburg entered Benjamin Uphoff to their ranks as a new goalkeeper. He played 35 matches for Karlsruhe last season keeping 5 clean sheets and conceding 54 goals.
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August 4: Bundesliga League transfers 2020/2021
Done deal: Alexander Schwolow — Freiburg to Hertha Berlin
A new young goalie is another surprise in the capital. The 28-year-old has reached an arrangement with Hertha Berlin for the long term deal and is supposed to become the new number one. Schwolow was playing for Freiburg since 2008.
Done deal: Robin Knoche — Wolfsburg to Union Berlin
Union Berlin continues to make a profit. After 15 years at Wolfsburg, Robin Knoche joins as a free agent. The 28-year-old defender has a wealth of experience playing 183 Bundesliga matches in addition to European games for Wolfsburg.
Done deal: Andreas Luthe — Augsburg to Union Berlin
Now it is the capital club that takes a player from Augsburg after letting Rafal Gikiewicz leave for Augsburg. The 33-year-old goalkeeper, Andreas Luthe has become now a part of Union Berlin.
August 3: Bundesliga League transfers 2020/2021
Done deal: Philipp Bargfrede — Werder Bremen to free agent
Philipp Bargfrede was released from the club after 16 years and 239 appearances. At the conclusion of his deal, Sebastian Langkamp was also excluded from the squad.
August 2:Bundesliga League transfers 2020/2021
Done deal: Sandro Wagner — Tianjin Teda to retirement
Bringing an end to his career as a retired German player, Sandro Wagner can receive an authorization to be a coach from next year. The 32-year-old forward began his career at Bayern Munich ahead of joining Werder Bremen, Hertha Berlin, and Hoffenheim.
For the 2018-19 campaign, he decided to return to Munich before his final journey in China's Tianjin Teda.
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August 1: Bundesliga League transfers 2020/2021
Done deal: Rangnick departs Red Bull
With the termination of his soccer deal, Ralf Rangnick concluded the long-standing relationship with the Austrian energy drinks company, Red Bull. Since 2012, Rangnick has served as Red Bull Sports Director for Red Bull Salzburg, then two times as RB Leipzig coach until taking on a wider role in 2019.
"The right time has come for me to finish my career at Red Bull," said Rangnick, praising Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitzt for "giving me the chance to create something new."
In: Daniel Caligiuri (Schalke), Kevin Danso (Southampton, end of loan), Rafal Gikiewicz (Union Berlin), Michael Gregoritsch (Schalke, end of loan), Mads Pedersen (FC Zurich, end of loan),Robert Gumny (Lech Poznan), Nico Schlotterbeck (Union Berlin, loan), Tobias Strobl (Borussia Monchengladbach), Felix Uduokhai (Wolfsburg, loan deal made permanent)
Out: Daniel Baier (end of contract), Kavin Danso (Fortuna Dusseldorf, loan), Sergio Cordova (Arminia Bielefeld, loan), Fabian Giefer (FC Wurzburger Kickers), Tin Jedvaj (Bayer Leverkusen, end of loan),Philipp Max (PSV Eindhoven), Maurice Malone (Wehen Wiesbaden, loan), Stephan Lichtsteiner (retired), Andreas Luthe (Union Berlin), Tim Rieder (Kaiserslautern), Jozo Stanic (Zwickau, loan), Felix Uduokhai (Wolfsburg, end of loan)
In: Lennart Grill (Kaiserslautern), Tin Jedvaj (Augsburg, end of loan), Joel Pohjanpalo (Hamburg, end of loan), Panos Retsos (Sheffield United, end of loan), Adrian Stanilewicz (Darmstadt)
Out: Kai Havertz (Chelsea), Kevin Volland (Monaco)
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In: Adrian Fein (Hamburg, end of loan), Nicolas Kuhn (Ajax, a loan made permanent), Tanguy Nianzou (Paris Saint-Germain), Alexander Nubel (Schalke), Leroy Sane (Manchester City)
Out: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona, end of loan), Frank Evina (Hannover), Christian Fruchtl (Nürnberg, loan), Jeong Woo-yeong (Freiburg, end of loan), Lukas Mai (Darmstadt, loan), Alvaro Odriozola (Real Madrid, end of loan), Ivan Perisic (Inter Milan, end of loan), Sarpreet Singh (Nurnberg, loan)
In: Jude Bellingham (Birmingham City), Dzenis Burnic (Dynamo Dresden, end of loan), Emre Can (Juventus, loan deal made permanent), Lennard Maloney (Union Berlin), Thomas Meunier (Paris Saint-Germain), Felix Passlack (Fortuna Sittard, end of loan), Immanuel Pherai (promoted from U19s), Reinier (Real Madrid, loan), Andre Schurrle (Spartak Moscow, end of loan), Omer Toprak (Werder Bremen, end of loan), Marius Wolf (Hertha Berlin, end of loan)
Out: Leonardo Balerdi (Marseille, loan), Dzenis Burnic (Heidenheim), Emre Can (Juventus, end of loan), Mario Gotze (end of contract), Achraf Hakimi (Real Madrid, end of loan), Eric Oelschlägel (end of contract), Andre Schurrle (end of contract)
In: Jordan Beyer (Hamburg, end of loan), Michael Lang (Werder Bremen, end of loan), Valentino Lazaro (Inter Milan, loan), Jan Olschowsky (promoted from reserves), Andreas Poulsen (Austria Vienna, end of loan), Joe Scally (New York City), Julio Villalba (SCR Altach, end of loan), Hannes Wolf (RB Leipzig, loan)
Out: Fabian Johnson (end of contract), Mortiz Nicolas (Osnabrück, loan), Raffael (end of contract), Tobias Strobl (Augsburg)
In: Jan-Christophe Bartels (Wehen Wiesbaden, end of loan), Yann Bisseck (Roda JC, end of loan), Jannes Horn (Hannover, end of loan), Vincent Koziello (Paris FC, end of loan), Tim Lemperle (promoted from U19s), Tomas Ostrak (Hartberg, end of loan), Salih Ozcan (Holstein Kiel, end of loan), Joao Queiros (Willem II, end of loan), Louis Schaub (Hamburg, end of loan), Lasse Sobiech (Mouscron, end of loan), Robert Voloder (promoted from U19s), Ron-Robert Zieler (Hannover, loan)
Out: Yann Bisseck (Vitoria Guimaraes, loan), Kaan Caliskaner (Jahn Regensburg), Niklas Hauptmann (Holstein Kiel, loan), Thomas Kessler (retired), Vincent Koziello (CD Nacional, loan), Toni Leistner (QPR, end of loan), Tomas Ostrak (MFK Karvina, loan), Marcel Risse (Viktoria Koln, loan), Marvin Rittmuller (Heidenheim), Kingsley Schindler (Hannover, loan), Simon Terodde (Hamburg), Mark Uth (Schalke, end of loan), Birger Verstraete (Antwerp, loan)
In: Christoph Daferner (Erzgebirge Aue, end of loan), Ermedin Demirovic (Alaves), Mo Drager (Paderborn, end of loan), Constantin Frommann (Sonnenhof Grossaspach, end of loan), Jerome Gondorf (Karlsruher, end of loan), Jeong Woo-yeong (Bayern Munich II, end of loan) Patrick Kammerbauer (Eintracht Braunschweig, end of loan), Chima Okoroji (Jahn Regensburg, end of loan), Keven Schlotterbeck (Union Berlin, end of loan), Marco Terrazzino (Dynamo Dresden, end of loan),Guus Til (Spartak Moscow, loan), Benjamin Uphoff (Karlsruher)
Out: Christoph Daferner (Dynamo Dresden), Mike Frantz (Hannover), Jerome Gondorf (Karlsruher), Chima Okoroji (Paderborn, loan), Yoric Ravet (Grenoble),Robin Koch (Leeds United), Alexander Schwolow (Hertha Berlin), Pascal Stenzel (VfB Stuttgart, load deal made permanent), Luca Waldschmidt (Benfica)
In: Maurice Covic (Ascoli, end of loan), Ondrej Duda (Norwich City, end of loan), Nils Korber (Osnabruck, end of loan), Daishawn Redan (Groningen, end of loan), Alexander Schwolow (Freiburg), Lucas Tousart (Lyon, end of loan), Deyovaisio Zeefuik (Groningen)
Out: Alexander Esswein (end of contract), Marko Grujic (Liverpool, end of loan), Salomon Kalou (end of contract), Thomas Kraft (end of contract), Per Skjelbred (Rosenborg), Dennis Smarsch (St. Pauli),Vedad Ibisevic (Schalke), Marius Wolf (Borussia Dortmund, end of loan)
In: Kasim Adams (Fortuna Düsseldorf, end of loan), Leonardo Bittencourt (Werder Bremen, end of loan), Joshua Brenet (Vitesse Arnhem, end of loan), Mijat Gacinovic (Eintracht Frankfurt), Domen Gril (NK Bravo, end of loan), Gregor Kobel (VfB Stuttgart, end of loan), Bruno Nazario (Botafogo, end of loan), Luca Philipp (promoted from reserves), Felipe Pires (Rijeka, end of loan), Kevin Vogt (Werder Bremen, end of loan)
Out: David Otto (Heidenheim, loan), Sebastian Rudy (Schalke, end of loan), Alexander Stolz (relegated to reserves), Steven Zuber (Eintracht Frankfurt)
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In: Issah Abass (Utrecht, end of loan), Ahmet Gurleyen (Liefering, end of loan), Gerrit Holtmann (Paderborn, end of loan), Luca Kilian (Paderborn), Dimitri Lavalee (Standard Liege), Alexandru Maxim (Gaziantepspor, end of loan), Aaron Seydel (Jahn Regensburg, end of loan)
Out: Taiwo Awoniyi (Liverpool, end of loan), Jeffrey Bruma (Wolfsburg, end of loan), Gerrit Holtmann (Bochum), Alexandru Maxim (Gaziantepspor, loan deal made permanent), Jonathan Meier (Dynamo Dresden, loan), Ronael Pierre-Gabriel (Brest, loan), Aaron Seydel (Darmstadt), Marin Sverko (Saarbrucken)
In: Jean-Kevin Augustin (Leeds, end of loan), Dennis Borkowski (promoted from U19s), Benjamin Henrichs (AS Monaco, loan), Hwang Hee-chan (Red Bull Salzburg), Josep Martinez (Las Palmas), Tim Schreiber (promoted from U19s)
Out: Ethan Ampadu (Chelsea, end of loan), Angelino (Manchester City, end of loan), Mads Bidstrup (Brentford), Noah Holm (Vitoria Guimaraes), Tom Krauss (Nurnberg, loan), Patrik Schick (Roma, end of loan), Timo Werner (Chelsea), Hannes Wolf (Borussia Monchengladbach, loan)
In: Nabil Bentaleb (Newcastle, end of loan), Can Bozdogan (promoted from U19s), Jonas Carls (Viktoria Köln, end of loan), Ralf Fährmann (Brann, end of loan),Vedad Ibisevic (Hertha Berlin), Hamza Mendyl (Dijon, end of loan), Sebastian Rudy (Hoffenheim, end of loan), Steven Skrzybski (Fortuna Düsseldorf, end of loan), Cedric Teuchert (Hannover, end of loan), Malick Thiaw (promoted from U19s), Mark Uth (Cologne, end of loan)
Out: Daniel Caligiuri (Augsburg), Jonas Carls (Vitoria Guimaraes, loan), Pablo Insua (Huesca), Michael Gregoritsch (Augsburg, end of loan), Jonjoe Kenny (Everton, end of loan),Weston McKennie (Juventus, loan), Alexander Nübel (Bayern Munich), Cedric Teuchert (Union Berlin), Jean-Clair Todibo (Barcelona, end of loan)
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In: Marius Bulter (Magdeburg, loan deal made permanent), Lars Dietz (Viktoria Koln, end of loan), Keita Endo (Yokohama F. Marinos, loan), Niko Giesselmann (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Sebastian Griesbeck (Heidenheim), Robin Knoche (Wolfsburg), Max Kruse (Fenerbahce), Andreas Luthe (Augsburg) Tim Maciejewski (promoted from U19s), Lennart Moser (Cercel Brugge, end of loan), Nico Schlotterbeck (Augsburg, loan), Berkan Taz (Energie Cottbus, end of loan), Cedric Teuchert (Schalke)
Out: Suleiman Abdullahi (Eintracht Braunschweig, loan), Marius Bulter (Magdeburg, end of loan), Laurenz Dehl (Hallescher, loan), Rafal Gikiewicz (Augsburg), Julius Kade (Dynamo Dresden), Lennard Maloney (Borussia Dortmund), Maurice Opfermann (end of contract), Yunus Malli (Wolfsburg, end of loan), Moritz Nicolas (Borussia Monchengladbach, end of loan), Leo Oppermann (Hamburg II), Michael Parensen (retired), Sebastian Polter (Fortuna Sittard), Nicolai Rapp (Darmstadt, loan), Ken Reichel (Osnabruck), Keven Schlotterbeck (Freiburg, end of loan), Manuel Schmiedebach (end of contract)
In: Ailton (Qarabag, end of loan), Chadrac Akolo (Amiens, end of loan), Waldemar Anton (Hannover), Momo Cisse (Le Havre), Anastasios Donis (Reims, end of loan), Wataru Endo (Sint-Truiden, loan deal made permanent), Gregor Kobel (Hoffenheim), David Kopacz (Gornik Zabrze, end of loan), Dinos Mavropanos (Arsenal, loan), Nikolas Nartey (Hansa Rostock, end of loan), Mohamed Sankoh (Stoke City), Pascal Stenzel (VfB Stuttgart, loan deal made permanent), Erik Thommy (Fortuna Dusseldorf, end of loan)
Out: Chadrac Akolo (Amiens, loan deal made permanent), Anastasios Donis (Reims, loan deal made permanent), Wataru Endo (Sint-Truiden, end of loan), Mario Gomez (retired), Gregor Kobel (Hoffenheim, end of loan), Nathaniel Phillips (Liverpool, end of loan)
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In: Felix Agu (Osnabruck), Boubacar Barry (Uerdingen, end of loan), Felix Bejimo (Greuther Furth, end of loan), Jan-Niklas Beste (Emmen, end of loan), Tahith Chong (Manchester United, loan), Patrick Erras (Nurnberg), Martin Harnik (Hamburg, end of loan), Thore Jacobsen (Magdeburg, end of loan), Ole Kauper (Carl Zeiss Jena, end of loan), Jean-Manuel Mbom (Uerdingen, end of loan), Johan Mina (Emelec), Maik Nawrocki (promoted from U19s), Jonah Osabutey (Mouscron, end of loan), Romano Schmid (Wolfsberger, end of loan), Oscar Schönfelder (Mainz)
Out: Fin Bartels (Holstein Kiel), Jan-Niklas Beste (Jahn Regensburg, loan), Leonardo Bittencourt (Hoffenheim, end of loan), Benjamin Goller (Karlsruher, loan), Michael Lang (Borussia Monchengladbach, end of loan), Claudio Pizarro (retired), Luca Plogmann (SV Meppen, loan), Nuri Sahin (end of contract), Omer Toprak (Borussia Dortmund, end of loan), Kevin Vogt (Hoffenheim, end of loan)
In: Bartosz Bialek (Zaglebie Lubin), Jeffrey Bruma (Mainz, end of loan), Lino Kasten (promoted from U19s), Maxence Lacroix (Sochaux), Yunus Malli (Union Berlin, end of loan), Omar Marmoush (promoted from reserves), Felix Uduokhai (Augsburg, end of loan), John Yeboah (Venlo, end of loan)
Out: Robin Knoche (Union Berlin), Iba May (Eintracht Braunschweig), Phillip Menzel (Klagenfurt), Felix Uduokhai (Augsburg, loan deal made permanent)