Football : German Bundesliga transfers in 2015/2016 season
Latest transfers in German Bundesliga
|Aug 15||Niklas Stark||Hertha||3|
|Aug 15||Eduardo Vargas||Hoffenheim||6|
|Aug 15||Felipe Pires||Hoffenheim|
|Aug 15||Konstantinos Stafylidis||Augsburg||2.5|
|Aug 15||Nico Schulz||Borussia M.||4|
|Aug 15||Gianluca Curci||Mainz|
|Aug 15||Gyorgy Garics||Darmstadt|
|Aug 15||Charles Aranguiz||Bayer L.||13|
|Aug 15||Mijat Gacinovic||Frankfurt||1.5|
|Aug 15||Daniel Opare||Augsburg|
The most expensive transfers
|Jul 15||Arturo Vidal||Bayern||37|
|Jul 15||Douglas Costa||Bayern||30|
|Aug 15||Charles Aranguiz||Bayer L.||13|
|Jun 15||Johannes Geis||Schalke 04||12|
|Jun 15||Max Kruse||Wolfsburg||12|
Summer transfers in German Bundesliga
Greek defender Konstantinos Stafylidis from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of 2.5m; Ghanaian defender Daniel Opare on a free transfer from Porto; Defender Philipp Max from Karlsruher for a fee of 3.8m; Midfielder Piotr Trochowski on a free transfer from Sevilla; Goalkeeper Yannik Ottl on a free transfer from Unterhaching; Midfielder Dominik Kohr from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of 1.4m.€ 35m
Chilean midfielder Charles Aranguiz from Internacional Porto Alegre for a fee of 13m; Defender Jonathan Tah from Hamburger for a fee of 7.5m; Swiss forward Admir Mehmedi from Freiburg for a fee of 8m; Greek defender Kyriakos Papadopoulos (permanent signing) from Schalke for a fee of 6.5m; Brazilian defender Andre Ramalho on a free transfer from Red Bull Salzburg.€ 75.5m
Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal from Juventus for a fee of 37m; Brazilian forward Douglas Costa from Shakhtar Donetsk for a fee of 30m; Goalkeeper Sven Ulreich from Stuttgart; Midfielder Joshua Kimmich from Stuttgart for a fee of 8.5m.€ 29m
Defender Nico Schulz from Hertha Berlin for a fee of 4m; Danish defender Andreas Christensen on loan from Chelsea; Swiss defender Nico Elvedi from Zurich for a fee of 4m; Swiss forward Josip Drmic from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of 10m; Midfielder Lars Stindl from Hannover for a fee of 3m; Belgian midfielder Thorgan Hazard (permanent signing) from Chelsea for a fee of 8m; Goalkeeper Tobias Sippel on a free transfer from Kaiserslautern.€ 0.9m
Austrian defender Gyorgy Garics from Bologna; Forward Sandro Wagner from Hertha Berlin; Midfielder Peter Niemeyer on a free transfer from Hertha Berlin; Costa Rican defender Junior Diaz on a free transfer from Mainz; Italian defender Luca Caldirola on loan from Werder Bremen; Defender Konstantin Rausch on a free transfer from Stuttgart; Defender Fabian Holland from Hertha Berlin for a fee of 0.4m; Midfielder Jan Rosenthal on a free transfer from Eintracht Frankfurt; Midfielder Mario Vrancic from Paderborn for a fee of 0.5m.€ 17m
Swiss goalkeeper Roman Burki from Freiburg for a fee of 3.5m; Midfielder Gonzalo Castro from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of 11m; Midfielder Julian Weigl from 1860 Munich for a fee of 2.5m.€ 7.5m
Serbian midfielder Mijat Gacinovic from Vojvodina Novi Sad for a fee of 1.5m; Finnish goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky from Brondby for a fee of 2m; Argentinean defender David Abraham from Hoffenheim for a fee of 1.5m; Dutch forward Luc Castaignos from Twente for a fee of 2.5m; Austrian goalkeeper Heinz Lindner on a free transfer from Austria Vienna; Defender Stefan Reinartz on a free transfer from Bayer Leverkusen.€ 17.2m
Forward Sven Schipplock from Hoffenheim for a fee of 2.5m; Austrian forward Michael Gregoritsch from Bochum for a fee of 3m; Swedish midfielder Albin Ekdal from Cagliari for a fee of 4.5m; Swiss goalkeeper Andreas Hirzel from Vaduz; Japanese defender Gotoku Sakai from Stuttgart for a fee of 0.7m; Bosnia-Herzegovnian defender Emir Spahic on a free transfer; Turkish forward Batuhan Altintas on a free transfer from Bursaspor; Midfielder Lewis Holtby (permanent signing) from Tottenham Hotspur for a fee of 6.5m.€ 9.8m
French midfielder Allan Saint-Maximin on loan from Monaco; Turkish forward Mevlut Erdinc from Saint-Etienne for a fee of 3.3m; Danish forward Uffe Bech from Nordsjaelland for a fee of 2m; Midfielder Felix Klaus from Freiburg for a fee of 3m; Defender Oliver Sorg from Freiburg; Dutch forward Charlison Benschop from Fortuna Dusseldorf for a fee of 1.5m; Goalkeeper Philipp Tschauner on a free transfer from St. Pauli.€ 6.8m
Midfielder Niklas Stark from Nurnberg for a fee of 3m; Tschechien midfielder Vladimir Darida from Freiburg for a fee of 3.8m; Defender Mitchell Weiser on a free transfer from Bayern Munich.€ 22.6m
Chilean forward Eduardo Vargas from Napoli for a fee of 6m; Brazilian midfielder Felipe Pires from Red Bull Salzburg; Forward Kevin Kuranyi on a free transfer from Dinamo Moscow; Croatian forward Antonio Colak from Nurnberg for a fee of 0.5m; Forward Mark Uth from Heerenveen for a fee of 2.2m; Croatian goalkeeper Marko Maric from Rapid for a fee of 0.5m; Czech defender Pavel Kaderabek from Sparta Prague for a fee of 3.5m; Brazilian forward Joelinton from Sport Recife for a fee of 2.2m; Swiss defender Fabian Schar from Basel for a fee of 4m; French midfielder Jonathan Schmid from Freiburg for a fee of 3.7m.€ 3.2m
Norwegian goalkeeper Orjan Nyland from Molde for a fee of 1m; Forward Elias Kachunga from Paderborn for a fee of 1.5m; Austrian defender Markus Suttner from Austria Vienna for a fee of 0.7m; French defender Romain Bregerie on a free transfer from Darmstadt.€ 13.5m
Midfielder Leonardo Bittencourt from Hannover for a fee of 2.5m; Danish defender Frederik Sorensen from Juventus for a fee of 2m; Serbian midfielder Milos Jojic from Borussia Dortmund for a fee of 3m; Austrian forward Philipp Hosiner on loan from Rennes; French S Anthony Modeste from Hoffenheim for a fee of 4.5m; Defender Dominique Heintz from Kaiserslautern for a fee of 1.5m.€ 8.8m
Italian goalkeeper Gianluca Curci on a free transfer from Roma; Portuguese defender Henrique Sereno on a free transfer from Kayserispor; Midfielder Besar Halimi from Stuttgarter Kickers for a fee of 0.4m; Forward Maximilian Beister on a free transfer from Hamburger; Swiss midfielder Fabian Frei from Basel for a fee of 3.6m; Nigerian defender Leon Balogun on a free transfer from Darmstadt; Forward Florian Niederlechner from Heidenheim for a fee of 2m; Midfielder Danny Latza on a free transfer from Bochum; Japanese forward Yoshinori Muto from Tokyo for a fee of 2.8m.€ 32m
Argentinian forward Franco Di Santo from Werder Bremen for a fee of 6m; Defender Sascha Riether from Freiburg; Brazilian defender Junior Caicara from Ludogorets Razgrad for a fee of 4.5m; Midfielder Johannes Geis from Mainz for a fee of 12m; Serbian defender Matija Nastasic (permanent signing) from Manchester City for a fee of 9.5m.€ 6.3m
Argentinian defender Emiliano Insua from Atletico Madrid; Czech midfielder Jan Kliment from Vysocina Jihlava for a fee of 1m; Australian goalkeeper Mitchell Langerak from Borussia Dortmund for a fee of 3.5m; Midfielder Lukas Rupp on a free transfer from Paderborn; Polish goalkeeper Przemyslaw Tyton from PSV Eindhoven for a fee of 1m; Defender Philip Heise from Heidenheim for a fee of 0.8m.€ 8.7m
American forward Aron Johannsson from AZ Alkmaar for a fee of 4.2m; Nigerian forward Anthony Ujah from Koln for a fee of 4.5m; Goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald on a free transfer from Eintracht Frankfurt; Swiss defender Ulisses Garcia on a free transfer from Grasshopper Zurich.€ 14.7m
Peruvian midfielder Carlos Ascues from Melgar for a fee of 1.5m; Swiss midfielder Francisco Rodriguez from Zurich for a fee of 1.2m; Forward Max Kruse from Borussia Monchengladbach for a fee of 12m.
Winter transfers€ 2m
Defender Christoph Janker from Hertha Berlin; Danish midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg on loan from Bayern Munich; South Korean midfielder Dong-Won Ji from Borussia Dortmund for a fee of 2m.€ 7m
Croatian defender Tin Jedvaj (permanent signing) from Roma for a fee of 7m.€ 12m
Slovenian midfielder Kevin Kampl from Red Bull Salzburg for a fee of 12m.
Azerbaijani goalkeeper Emil Balayev on a free transfer from Neftchi Baku.€ 1.5m
Norwegian midfielder Mats Moller Daehli from Cardiff City for a fee of 1.5m; Forward Nils Petersen on loan from Werder Bremen.€ 1.5m
Chilean midfielder Marcelo Diaz from Basel; Croatian forward Ivica Olic from Wolfsburg for a fee of 1.5m.
Portuguese defender Joao Pereira on a free transfer from Valencia; Ivory Coast forward Didier Ya Konan on a free transfer from Al-Ittihad.
Brazilian forward Deyverson on loan from Belenenses.
Chilean forward Nicolas Castillo on loan from Brugge; Midfielder Christian Clemens on loan from Schalke; Swedish defender Pierre Bengtsson on a free transfer from Kobenhavn.
Croatian forward Srdjan Lakic from Kaiserslautern.
Serbian defender Matija Nastasic on loan from Manchester City.€ 0.4m
Ivory Coast midfielder Geoffroy Serey Die from Basel for a fee of 0.4m.€ 2.6m
Danish defender Jannik Vestergaard from Hoffenheim for a fee of 2.5m; Goalkeeper Michael Zetterer from Unterhaching for a fee of 0.1m; Belgian goalkeeper Koen Casteels on loan from Wolfsburg; Midfielder Levin Oztunali on loan from Bayer Leverkusen.€ 33.5m
Forward Andre Schurrle from Chelsea for a fee of 32m; Chinese midfielder Xizhe Zhang from Beijing Guoan for a fee of 1.5m.
Seo Young-Jae joins HSV
South Korea's Seo Young-Jae has inked a three-year deal with Hamburger SV that will see him stay with the club until 2018. The 20-year-old, who was plying his trade with Seoul-based club Hanyang University, impressed coach Bruno Labbadia during a trial. The left-back, who has represented South Korea at Under-19 and Under-21 level, will join the Hamburg Under-23 side.
Hoffenheim sign Vargas
Hoffenheim have signed Chile forward Eduardo Vargas from Napoli to compensate for the departure of Roberto Firmino to Liverpool. The Bundesliga club say the 25-year-old Vargas has signed a deal until June 2019. Vargas helped Chile win the Copa America on home soil in June by finishing as the tournament's joint top-scorer with four goals. He was named in the team of the tournament. After arriving from Universidad de Chile in January 2011, Vargas failed to establish himself in two half-seasons at Napoli. He went on to play loan spells at Brazilian side Gremio, Spanish club Valencia and then last season at Premier League side Queens Park Rangers.
Stafylidis joins Augsburg
Augsburg have signed left-back Konstantinos Stafylidis from Bayer Leverkusen on a two-year deal. Bayer signed the 21-year-old from PAOK Saloniki in 2013. He made just one Bundesliga appearance in his first season at Leverkusen. The Greece international went on loan to Fulham at the start of last season. Stafylidis played 34 league games for the Championship side before returning to Leverkuse in the summer.
Schulz joins Gladbach
Borussia Monchengladbach have signed Nico Schulz from Bundesliga rivals Hertha Berlin. After passing a medical on Tuesday, the 22-year-old midfielder put pen to paper on a four-year deal. Schulz made 51 Bundesliga appearances for Hertha and earned 12 caps for Germany's U-21s.
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Aranguiz joins Bayer Leverkusen
Bayer Leverkusen have signed Chilean midfielder Charles Aranguiz from Brazilian club Internacional. The 26-year-old, one of Chile's stars at the recent Copa America, has signed a five-year contract with the Bundesliga club after passing a medical on Wednesday.
Johannsson completes move to Werder
Werder Bremen have confirmed the signing of U.S. international Aron Johannsson from Dutch club AZ Alkmaar. Johannsson, 24, underwent a medical before completing his transfer for a fee reported to be in the region of €5m. Johannsson has won 12 caps for the USA and scored nine times for AZ last season as they finished third in the Dutch Eredivisie. He has signed a four-year contract with Werder.
Bayern sign Vidal
Bayern Munich have confirmed the signing of Arturo Vidal from Juventus on a five-year. Bayern had already announced that Vidal was set to join and the 28-year-old has now completed the switch after a successful medical. The midfielder, reported to have cost up to €37 million, could make his debut in the German Supercup against Wolfsburg on Saturday. Vidal, who has 69 caps for Chile, won four consecutive Serie A titles and one Coppa Italia, as well as helping the club reach May's Champions League final, where they were beaten by Barcelona.
Di Santo moves to Schalke
Werder Bremen have confirmed that Franco Di Santo has activated a release clause in his contract to leave the club immediately, with Schalke set to sign him. The former Chelsea and Wigan forward, who joined the northern Germany side on a free transfer in 2013, still had a year left to run on his contract in Bremen. However, a predetermined release clause, reported to be in the region of €6m, meant the 26-year-old could leave at any time should a club meet the full amount.
Kuranyi joins Hoffenheim
Kevin Kuranyi, 33, has returned to German football by signing a one-year deal at Hoffenheim. The 52-times capped Germany striker joins on a free transfer from Russian side Dynamo Moscow, who he had been with since July 2010. Brazil-born Kuranyi previously enjoyed great success at Stuttgart and Schalke, claiming over 100 goals, before scoring 56 in 151 games for Dynamo.
Riether makes Schalke switch
Schalke have confirmed the signing of right-back Sascha Riether from relegated Freiburg. The German defender, 32, signed a one-year-contract until June 2016 and has the option of an additional year. Riether, who previously had two seasons in England with Fulham, played 226 matches in the Bundesliga and 66 times in the Premier League.
Gregoritsch signs for HSV
HSV have announced the transfer of striker Michael Gregoritsch from VfL Bochum. The 21 year old Austrian under-21 international has signed a four year deal and joined the squad at the training camp in Harsewinkel on Thursday. Gregoritsch scored seven times in 25 appearances for Bochum last season.
Ascues signs for Wolfsburg
Wolfsburg have signed Carlos Ascues from Peruvian outfit Melgar Arequipa. The 23-year-old defender, who can play at the heart of the back four or in defensive midfield, has signed a three-year deal with the Wolves. The details of the transfer of the Peruvian international remain undisclosed by all involved parties.