Football : German Bundesliga transfers in 2016/2017 season
Latest transfers in German Bundesliga
|Jun 16||Nico Rinderknecht||Ingolstadt|
|Jun 16||Immanuel Hohn||Darmstadt|
|Jun 16||Breel Embolo||Schalke 04||27|
|Jun 16||Laszlo Benes||Borussia M.||2|
|Jun 16||Jeffrey Bruma||Wolfsburg||11.5|
|Jun 16||Fabijan Buntic||Ingolstadt|
|Jun 16||Ramazan Ozcan||Bayer L.|
|Jun 16||Florian Kainz||Werder||3.5|
|Jun 16||Takashi Usami||Augsburg||1.5|
|Jun 16||Michael Esser||Darmstadt|
The most expensive transfers
|Jun 16||Mats Hummels||Bayern||38|
|Jun 16||Renato Sanches||Bayern||35|
|Jun 16||Breel Embolo||Schalke 04||27|
|Jun 16||Kevin Volland||Bayer L.||20|
|Jun 16||Christoph Kramer||Borussia M.||15|
Summer transfers in German Bundesliga
Japanese midfielder Takashi Usami from Gamba Osaka for a fee of 1.5m; Defender Marvin Friedrich from Schalke for a fee of 1m; Goalkeeper Andreas Luthe on a free transfer from Bochum; Austrian defender Georg Teigl on a free transfer from RB Leipzig.€ 24.5m
Austrian goalkeeper Ramazan Ozcan from Ingolstadt; Defender Danny da Costa from Ingolstadt for a fee of 0.5m; Finnish forward Joel Pohjanpalo from Helsinki; Austriann midfielder Julian Baumgartlinger from Mainz for a fee of 4m; Midfielder Kevin Volland from Hoffenheim for a fee of 20m.€ 73m
Defender Mats Hummels from Borussia Dortmund for a fee of 38m; Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches from Benfica for a fee of 35m.€ 28m
Slovakian midfielder Laszlo Benes from Zilina for a fee of 2m; French defender Mamadou Doucoure on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain; Danish defender Jannik Vestergaard from Werder Bremen for a fee of 11m; Midfielder Christoph Kramer from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of 15m; Midfielder Tobias Strobl on a free transfer from Hoffenheim.
Defender Immanuel Hohn from Freiburg; Goalkeeper Michael Esser from Sturm Graz; Portuguese goalkeeper Daniel Heuer Fernandes on a free transfer from Paderborn.€ 55.3m
Portuguese defender Raphael Guerreiro from Lorient for a fee of 12m; Turkish midfielder Emre Mor from Nordsjaelland for a fee of 9.5m; Midfielder Sebastian Rode from Bayern Munich for a fee of 14m; Spanish defender Marc Bartra from Barcelona for a fee of 8m; Spanish midfielder Mikel Merino from Osasuna for a fee of 3.8m; French midfielder Ousmane Dembele from Rennes for a fee of 8m.
Swedish forward Branimir Hrgota on a free transfer from Borussia Monchengladbach.€ 8.7m
Forward Janik Haberer from Hoffenheim for a fee of 1.8m; Serbian defender Aleksandar Ignjovski from Eintracht Frankfurt for a fee of 0.8m; Turkish defender Caglar Soyuncu from Altinordu for a fee of 2.5m; Midfielder Jonas Meffert from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of 1.2m; Defender Manuel Gulde from Karlsruher for a fee of 1.2m; Turkish midfielder Onur Bulut from Bochum for a fee of 1.2m.€ 4.3m
Gambian midfielder Bakery Jatta on a free transfer; United States forward Bobby Wood from Union Berlin for a fee of 3.5m; Goalkeeper Christian Mathenia from Darmstadt for a fee of 0.8m.€ 2.5m
Defender Benjamin Hubner from Ingolstadt for a fee of 0.8m; Swiss goalkeeper Gregor Kobel from Grasshoppers for a fee of 0.2m; Midfielder Kevin Vogt from Koln for a fee of 1.5m; Midfielder Marco Terrazzino on a free transfer from Bochum.€ 1m
Midfielder Nico Rinderknecht on a free transfer from Eintracht Frankfurt; Croatian goalkeeper Fabijan Buntic on a free transfer from Stuttgart; Danish goalkeeper Martin Hansen from Den Haag for a fee of 1m; Defender Hauke Wahl on a free transfer from Paderborn.€ 1.3m
Latvian forward Artjoms Rudnevs on a free transfer from Hamburger; Midfielder Konstantin Rausch on a free transfer from Darmstadt; Midfielder Marco Hoger from Schalke for a fee of 1.3m.€ 5.5m
Danish goalkeeper Jonas Lossl from Guingamp for a fee of 2.5m; Midfielder Gerrit Holtmann from Eintracht Braunschweig for a fee of 3m.€ 27m
Swiss forward Breel Embolo from Basel for a fee of 27m; Midfielder Robert Leipertz from Heidenheim; Brazilianian defender Naldo on a free transfer from Wolfsburg.€ 3.5m
Austrian midfielder Florian Kainz from Rapid Vienna for a fee of 3.5m; Austrian midfielder Florian Kainz from Rapid Vienna; Czech goalkeeper Jaroslav Drobny on a free transfer from Hamburger; Midfielder Justin Eilers on a free transfer from Dynamo Dresden; Forward Lennart Thy on a free transfer from St. Pauli; Greek midfielder Thanos Petsos on a free transfer from Rapid Vienna.€ 31.5m
Dutch defender Jeffrey Bruma from PSV Eindhoven for a fee of 11.5m; Midfielder Daniel Didavi on a free transfer from Stuttgart; Croatiann midfielder Josip Brekalo from Dinamo Zagreb for a fee of 7m; Midfielder Yannick Gerhardt from Koln for a fee of 13m.
Winter transfers€ 4m
Icelandic forward Alfred Finnbogason on loan from Real Sociedad; Dutch defender Jeffrey Gouweleeuw from AZ Alkmaar for a fee of 3m; Swiss forward Albian Ajeti from Basel for a fee of 1m.
Defender Serdar Tasci on loan from Spartak Moscow.€ 8m
Austrian defender Martin Hinteregger on loan from Red Bull Salzburg; Midfielder Jonas Hofmann from Borussia Dortmund for a fee of 8m.
Forward Felix Platte on loan from Schalke.€ 15m
French midfielder Ousmane Dembele from Rennes for a fee of 15m.€ 4m
Tunisian midfielder Anis Ben-Hatira on a free transfer from Hertha Berlin; Defender Yanni Regasel from Hertha Berlin for a fee of 0.2m; Turkish defender Kaan Ayhan on loan from Schalke; Mexican midfielder Marco Fabian from Deportivo Guadalajara for a fee of 3.5m; Hungarian midfielder Szabolcs Huszti from Changchun Yatai for a fee of 0.3m.
Swiss forward Josip Drmic on loan from Borussia Monchengladbach; Swedish midfielder Nabil Bahoui on a free transfer from Al-Ahli Jeddah.€ 5m
Swedish defender Alexander Milosevic on loan from Besiktas; Portuguese forward Hugo Almeida on a free transfer from Anzhi; Midfielder Marius Wolf from 1860 Munich for a fee of 1.5m; Hungarian forward Adam Szalai on loan from Hoffenheim; Japanese midfielder Hotaru Yamaguchi from Cerezo Osaka for a fee of 1.5m; Norwegian midfielder Iver Fossum from Stromsgodset for a fee of 2m.€ 0.5m
Midfielder Sinan Kurt from Bayern Munich for a fee of 0.5m.
Croatian forward Andrej Kramaric on loan from Leicester City.€ 2.5m
Paraguayan forward Dario Lezcano from Luzern for a fee of 2.5m.€ 1.5m
Serbian defender Filip Mladenovic from BATE Borisov for a fee of 1.5m.€ 3.5m
Danish forward Emil Berggreen from Eintracht Braunschweig for a fee of 2.5m; Italian defender Giulio Donati from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of 1m; Austrian midfielder Karim Onisiwo on a free transfer from Mattersburg.€ 5m
Austrian midfielder Alessandro Schopf from Nurnberg for a fee of 5m; Moroccan midfielder Younes Belhanda on loan from Dynamo Kyiv.€ 2.2m
Italian defender Federico Barba on loan from Empoli; Midfielder Kevin Grosskreutz from Galatasaray for a fee of 2.2m; Ukrainian forward Artem Kravets on loan from Dynamo Kyiv.€ 3.2m
Serbian midfielder Milos Veljkovic from Tottenham Hotspur for a fee of 0.4m; Goalkeeper Gerhard Tremmel on loan from Swansea City; Malian midfielder Sambou Yatabare from Olympiacos for a fee of 2.5m; Hungarian midfielder Laszlo Kleinheisler from Videoton for a fee of 0.3m; Senegalese defender Papy Djilobodji on loan from Chelsea.
Brazilian forward Bruno Henrique from Goias.
Wolfsburg sign defender Jeffrey Bruma
Wolfsburg have signed Netherlands defender Jeffrey Bruma from PSV Eindhoven until 2021. Bruma is returning to the Bundesliga, having played for Hamburger SV between 2011 and 2013. The 24-year-old Dutchman is expected to fill the gap left by the departure of Naldo for Bundesliga rival Schalke.
Embolo joins Schalke
Schalke have completed the signing of Switzerland striker Breel Embolo from Basel. The 19-year-old has signed a five-year contract with the Bundesliga club for a fee of €20m plus add-ons. Embolo, who had previously been linked with Leipzig and Manchester United, made 60 Swiss Super League appearances for Basel and scored 21 goals.
Bayer L. 21.6.16
Bayer sign Ozcan from Ingolstadt
Bayer Leverkusen have signed Ramazan Ozcan from Ingolstadt. The Werkself have agreed a three-year deal with the Austria international keeper. "By signing Ramazan Ozcan we have brought in a proven goalkeeper with Bundesliga and international experience. He has a lot of experience and match practice and is therefore an ideal addition to our number one Bernd Leno," said Bayer 04 sporting director Rudi Voller.
Dortmund sign Guerreiro
Borussia Dortmund have signed Portugal left back Raphael Guerreiro from the French side Lorient on a four-year deal. The 22-year-old can be deployed on the left wing, both in defence and in attack. Last season he featured in 34 of Lorient's 38 matches in the French top flight and has thus far scored two goals in seven international appearances for Portugal.
Dortmund already has signed Marc Bartra, Emre Mor, Sebastian Rode, Ousmane Dembele and Mikel Merino. Defender Mats Hummels and midfielder Ilkay Gundogan have left the club.
Moenchengladbach sign Vestergaard
Borussia Moenchengladbach have signed central defender Jannik Vestergaard, 23, from Bundesliga rival Werder Bremen. The Denmark international signed a five-year deal. Financial details were not given. Vestergaard has also played for Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga.
Drobny joins Werder
Goalkeeper Jaroslav Drobny has joined SV Werder Bremen. The 36-year-old has moved to the Green-Whites from Hamburger SV and has signed a contract until 30.06.2017. After spells in the Czech Republic, Greece, England and in the Netherlands, Jaroslav Drobny has been in Germany since 2007. He has played for Bochum, Hertha and most recently, Hamburger SV. The former Czech Republic international played in ten Bundesliga games last season.
Stuttgart sign Kaminski
Stuttgart have signed Marcin Kaminski from Lech Poznan on a free transfer. The 24-year-old has signed a three-year deal with the club from Bad Cannstatt. The 1,92 meter tall central defender learned his trade in the Lech Poznan youth department, going on to win two domestic championships and on domestic cup trophy with the Polish club. In addition, whilst with Poznan, the defender gathered significant international experience in the Europa League. In 2011, Kaminski made his debut in the Polish national team, for whom he has since played four games and was a member of Poland's Euro 2012 squad.
Dortmund sign Emre Mor
Borussia Dortmund have announced the signing of Turkey international Emre Mor from Nordsjaelland for an undisclosed fee. The 18-year-old has signed a five-year contract and becomes the fifth signing of the summer for Dortmund after the arrivals of Mikel Merino, Ousmane Dembele, Marc Bartra and Sebastian Rode. Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc told the German club's official website: "Emre Mor is a young, highly talented and versatile attacking player with huge potential for development."
Dortmund sign Rode from Bayern
Borussia Dortmund have signed Sebastian Rode from Bayern Munich on a four year deal. The two clubs declined to discuss the transfer fee for the midfielder, but reports in the German press suggest Dortmund spent around €15m for the 25-year-old. Two years after joining Bayern on a free transfer from Eintracht Frankfurt, Rode has decided to seek a new challenge after playing just over 500 minutes of football in all competitions last term.
Dortmund activate release clause for Bartra
Borussia Dortmund have agreed to sign Barcelona centre-back Marc Bartra. Die Schwarzgelben activated the eight million euros release clause in 25-year-old's contract, which the La Liga champions cannot reject. Bartra has been at the Camp Nou since the age of 12 and worked his way through the youth system to the first-team, making 26 appearances in all competitions last season. The length of his contract at Dortmund has not been disclosed.
Yannick Gerhardt joins Wolfsburg
Wolfsburg have announced the signing of Koln midfielder Yannick Gerhardt. The 22-year-old has put pen to paper on a five-year deal. Despite the transfer fee being undisclosed, reports in the German media suggest that the fee is believed to be around €13m. Having come through the youth academy in Koln, Gerhardt went on to play 45 Bundesliga matches for the club, scoring three goals. He becomes Wolfsburg's third acquisition of the close season after Daniel Didavi and Josip Brekalo.
Kramaric joins Hoffenheim on permanent deal
Andrej Kramaric has left Premier League champions Leicester City to sign a permanent deal with Hoffenheim. The Croatia striker played the second half of last season on loan at the German club, scoring five goals in 15 games to help preserve Hoffenheim's Bundesliga status. Kramaric's time at Leicester was less productive, although his opportunities were limited in a side that were fighting relegation in his first six months and then subsequently for the title with Jamie Vardy in hot form.