German Bundesliga transfers in 2017/18 season
|Luka Jovic||FrankfurtJun '17||-|
|Julian Pollersbeck||Hamburger SV||3.5|
|Reece Oxford||Borussia M.||-|
|Nany Landry Dimata||Wolfsburg||10|
The most expensive transfers
|Corentin Tolisso||BayernJun '17||41.5|
|John Anthony Brooks||Wolfsburg||17|
Summer transfers in German Bundesliga
Goalkeeper Fabian Giefer from Schalke for a fee of 0.8m; Midfielder Rani Khedira on a free transfer from RB Leipzig.€ 2m
Midfielder Dominik Kohr from Augsburg for a fee of 2m.€ 69.5m
French midfielder Corentin Tolisso from Lyon for a fee of 41.5m; Midfielder Serge Gnabry from Werder Bremen for a fee of 8m; Defender Niklas Sule from Hoffenheim for a fee of 20m; Midfielder Sebastian Rudy on a free transfer from Hoffenheim.€ 18.3m
English defender Reece Oxford on loan from West Ham United; Swiss midfielder Denis Zakaria from Young Boys for a fee of 12m; French midfielder Mickael Cuisance from Nancy-Lorraine for a fee of 0.3m; Italian midfielder Vincenzo Grifo from Freiburg for a fee of 6m.€ 44m
Forward Maximilian Philipp from Freiburg for a fee of 20m; French defender Dan-Axel Zagadou on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain; Midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud from Borussia Monchengladbach for a fee of 12m; Turkish defender Omer Toprak from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of 12m.€ 8.5m
Serbian forward Luka Jovic on loan from Benfica; Goalkeeper Jan Zimmermann on a free transfer from 1860 Munich; Mexican defender Carlos Salcedo on loan from Guadalajara; Defender Danny da Costa from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of 1m; Swiss midfielder Gelson Fernandes from Rennes for a fee of 0.5m; French forward Sebastien Haller from Utrecht for a fee of 7m.€ 3.5m
Goalkeeper Julian Pollersbeck from Kaiserslautern for a fee of 3.5m.€ 5m
Defender Julian Korb from Borussia Monchengladbach for a fee of 3m; Defender Matthias Ostrzolek on a free transfer from Hamburger; Goalkeeper Michael Esser from Darmstadt for a fee of 2m; Swiss midfielder Pirmin Schwegler on a free transfer from Hoffenheim.€ 13.5m
Dutch defender Karim Rekik from Marseille for a fee of 2.5m; Forward Davie Selke from RB Leipzig for a fee of 8m; Australian midfielder Mathew Leckie from Ingolstadt for a fee of 3m.€ 9m
Norwegian midfielder Havard Nordtveit from West Ham United for a fee of 7m; Dutch defender Justin Hoogma from Heracles for a fee of 2m; Austrian midfielder Florian Grillitsch on a free transfer from Werder Bremen.€ 7m
Defender Jannes Horn from Wolfsburg for a fee of 7m.€ 4.8m
Romanian midfielder Alexandru Maxim from Stuttgart for a fee of 3m; Bosnia-Herzegovnian forward Kenan Kodro from Osasuna for a fee of 1.8m; Goalkeeper Rene Adler on a free transfer from Hamburger.€ 17.5m
Portuguese midfielder Bruma from Galatasaray for a fee of 12.5m; French defender Ibrahima Konate from Sochaux; Swiss goalkeeper Philipp Kohn on a free transfer from Stuttgart; Swiss goalkeeper Yvon Mvogo from Young Boys for a fee of 5m.€ 1.8m
Belgian midfielder Orel Mangala from Anderlecht for a fee of 1.8m.€ 5.7m
Midfielder Jerome Gondorf from Darmstadt for a fee of 1.2m; Swedish defender Ludwig Augustinsson from Copenhagen for a fee of 4.5m.€ 34m
Belgian forward Nany Landry Dimata from Oostende for a fee of 10m; Brazilian defender William from Sport Internacional for a fee of 5m; United States defender John Anthony Brooks from Hertha Berlin for a fee of 17m; Midfielder Marvin Stefaniak from Dynamo Dresden for a fee of 2m.
Winter transfers€ 2m
Midfielder Moritz Leitner from Lazio for a fee of 2m.€ 13.5m
Jamaican midfielder Leon Bailey from Genk for a fee of 13.5m.€ 7.5m
French defender Timothee Kolodziejczak from Sevilla for a fee of 7.5m.
Turkish midfielder Hamit Altintop on a free transfer from Galatasaray; Danish defender Patrick Banggaard from Midtjylland; DR Congo midfielder Wilson Kamavuaka from Panetolikos; United States forward Terrence Boyd from RB Leipzig; Defender Markus Steinhofer on a free transfer; Midfielder Sidney Sam on loan from Schalke.€ 8.6m
Swedish forward Alexander Isak from AIK Solna for a fee of 8.6m.€ 1.1m
Midfielder Marius Wolf on loan from Hannover; Midfielder Max Besuschkow from Stuttgart for a fee of 0.1m; Ecuadorean defender Andersson Ordonez from Barcelona Guayaquil for a fee of 1m.
Swiss midfielder Vincent Sierro from Sion.€ 11m
Brazilian midfielder Walace from Gremio for a fee of 9.2m; Greek defender Kyriakos Papadopoulos on loan from Bayer Leverkusen; Albanian defender Mergim Mavraj from Koln for a fee of 1.8m.€ 2.8m
Forward Stanley Ratifo from Auerbach; Serbian defender Neven Subotic on loan from Borussia Dortmund; Midfielder Christian Clemens from Mainz for a fee of 2.8m.€ 2.5m
Swedish midfielder Robin Quaison from Palermo for a fee of 2.5m; Spanish forward Bojan Krkic on loan from Stoke City; Croatian defender Marin Sverko from Karlsruher.€ 10m
French defender Dayot Upamecano from RB Salzburg for a fee of 10m.€ 4m
Italian midfielder Daniel Caligiuri from Wolfsburg for a fee of 2.5m; Austrian forward Guido Burgstaller from Nurnberg for a fee of 1.5m; Defender Holger Badstuber on loan from Bayern Munich.€ 2m
Danish midfielder Thomas Delaney from Copenhagen for a fee of 2m.€ 20.5m
Iranian midfielder Ashkan Dejagah on a free transfer from Al-Arabi Sports; Turkish midfielder Yunus Malli from Mainz; French midfielder Paul-Georges Ntep from Rennes for a fee of 5m; Dutch midfielder Riechedly Bazoer from Ajax Amsterdam for a fee of 12m; Nigerian forward Victor Osimhen from Ultimate Fs Academy for a fee of 3.5m.
News - transfers
Werder to sign goalkeeper Pavlenka
Werder Bremen have agreed a deal to sign Slavia Prague goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka. The 25-year-old is expected to undergo a medical in Bremen and sign a contract later in the week. The Czech Republic international Pavlenka helped Slavia win the Czech First League title during his first campaign as No. 1.
Mainz sign Kodro from Osasuna
Mainz have made their second summer signing by securing the services of Bosnia-Herzegovina attacker Kenan Kodro for next season. The 23-year-old joins from Spanish side Osasuna and has signed a four-year-contract. Kodro scored seven goals in 28 appearances in La Liga last season. Mainz also signed former Hamburg goalkeeper Rene Adler on a free transfer last week.
Hamburg sign goalkeeper Pollersbeck
Hamburg have completed the signing of Germany Under-21 goalkeeper Julian Pollersbeck from Bundesliga 2 outfit Kaiserslautern. The 22-year-old, who is currently at the UEFA U-21 European Championship with Germany, has put pen to paper on a four-year deal valid until summer 2021. Pollersbeck made 31 Bundesliga 2 outings for Kaiserslautern last season, keeping 14 clean sheets and conceding just 27 goals.
Mainz sign goalkeeper Rene Adler
Mainz have signed former Germany international goalkeeper Rene Adler on a two-year deal. The 32-year-old was a free agent after deciding not to extend his contract at Hamburg. Leipzig-born Adler, who spent five years at Hamburg, has been a regular fixture in the Bundesliga since breaking onto the scene with Bayer Leverkusen midway through the 2006/07 season. He has since made 255 appearances in the German top flight, and was part of the Germany squad that finished runners-up to Spain at UEFA EURO 2008.
Nordtveit joins Hoffenheim
Norway international midfielder Havard Nordtveit has joined Hoffenheim from West Ham for an undisclosed fee. Nordtveit, 27, joined the Hammers on a free transfer from Borussia Monchengladbach last summer but made just 11 league starts under Slaven Bilic. After midfielder Florian Grillitsch and defender Justin Hoogma, Nordtveit is Hoffenheim's third signing of the off-season.
Borussia sign Oxford on loan
Borussia Monchengladbach have completed the signing of Reece Oxford from West Ham on a one-year loan deal. The Bundesliga side were keen to add an extra defender to their squad following Andreas Christensen's return to Chelsea and they have now found their man in the 18-year-old. Oxford, who spent the second half of last season on loan at second-division club Reading, is Gladbach's fifth arrival of the off-season.
Wolfsburg sign Dimata from Oostende
Wolfsburg have signed Belgian forward Nany Landry Dimata from Oostende. The 19-year-old has agreed a five-year contract. German media reported the transfer could cost Wolfsburg up to €10m. Dimata moved from Standard Liege to Oostende last year and enjoyed a breakthrough season in the Belgian top flight, helping his team qualify for Europe for the first time in their history. He scored 12 goals in 29 league games as Oostende finished fourth to reach the third qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League.
Hertha sign Karim Rekik
Hertha Berlin have confirmed the signing of Dutch centre-back Karim Rekik from Olympique Marseille. The 22-year-old versatile defender played mostly at left-back, but also in the centre of defence. He made 48 appearances and scored one goal during his time with Marseille. Rekik becomes Hertha's third signing this summer, following the arrivals of Davie Selke and Mathew Leckie.
Wolfsburg sign Brazilian right-back William
Wolfsburg have confirmed the signing of Internacional right-back William on a five-year-deal. William, 22, joins the Bundesliga side as they try to replace AC Milan-bound right-back Ricardo Rodriguez. Wolfsburg are transferring €5m to Porto Alegre for the Brazilian, who was part of the team that won an Olympic gold medal in 2016. The Brazilian has played as right-back and right midfielder for his former club, picking up four assists in 60 games in all competitions in three years at the professional level.
Tolisso signs for Bayern
Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich have won the race to sign Corentin Tolisso from Lyon. The 22-year-old France midfielder, who had been linked with Chelsea and Juventus, has signed a five-year contract. The Tarare-born player, who was also used at right-back during his time with Les Gones, scored 14 goals from midfield last season. Bayern have already signed former Arsenal winger Serge Gnabry and Hoffenheim defender Niklas Sule this summer.
Salcedo joins Eintracht Frankfurt
Carlos Salcedo is leaving Fiorentina for Eintracht Frankfurt. The Mexican defender is joining the German club on loan that includes an option to buy, the club announced Tuesday. Salcedo is a fixture for Juan Carlos Osorio's Mexico team, starting in the team's World Cup qualifiers last week.
The move to Germany continues a rapid rise for the 23-year-old, who made his professional debut with Real Salt Lake in MLS just four years ago. After two seasons with RSL, he joined Chivas, where an impressive campaign put him on the radar of European clubs. Fiorentina snapped him up on loan and he did well in Serie A, making 17 appearances for the club, but Fiorentina weren't able to agree to a deal to buy him.
Hoffenheim sign defender Justin Hoogma
Hoffenheim have signed Dutch defender Justin Hoogma from Eredivisie outfit Heracles. The 19-year-old, who is the youngest player in Eredivise history to play every minute of every league game in a single season, has penned a four-year deal. The three-time Netherlands Under-20 international joins a Hoffenheim side with a key vacancy to fill in the centre of defence, following Niklas Sule's summer move to Bayern Munich.