... News - transfers. Transfers Summer 2020 Transfers & News 26 Oct 2020 See all the moves in the summer transfer window at the Premier League clubs for the 2020/21 season . In: Christoph Daferner (Erzgebirge Aue, end of loan), Ermedin Demirovic (Alaves), Mo Dräger (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), Benjamin Uphoff (Karlsruher). Out: Christoph Daferner (Dynamo Dresden), Mike Frantz (Hannover), Jerome Gondorf (Karlsruher), Chima Okoroji (Paderborn, loan), Yoric Ravet (Grenoble), 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 Körber (Osnabrück, 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), 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), In: Issah Abass (Utrecht, end of loan), Ahmet Gürleyen (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 (Saarbrücken), 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 (Nürnberg, loan), Patrik Schick (Roma, end of loan), Timo Werner (Chelsea), Hannes Wolf (Borussia Mönchengladbach, 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), 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). In: Marius Bülter (Magdeburg, loan deal made permanent), Lars Dietz (Viktoria Köln, end of loan), Keita Endo (Yokohama F. Marinos, loan), Niko Gießelmann (Fortuna Düsseldorf), 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). This is cached page on VietNam Breaking News. 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). Schalke's Weston McKennie joined Italian champions Juventus in a loan deal which can be made permanent in the future. The article will highlight businesses done by each clubs in alphabetical order so far. 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). 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 Özcan (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). Alle Vereinswechsel, Transfergerüchte und Vertragsverlängerungen der Bundesliga-Saison 2020/21 - kicker Schick was moderately successful last season … Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany and the resulting impact on the scheduling of the 2019–20 and 2020–21 seasons, the German Football Association modified the dates for the summer transfer window. Copyright 2020 Futballnews All rights reserved. Catch all the latest news & updates on Bundesliga 2020-21 Teams & Players. Above are the list of players that transferred in or out of the Germany Bundesliga during the 2020 transfer window. We take a look at the most remarkable transfers involving Bundesliga clubs of the summer transfer … Alle Informationen findest du hier. Bundesliga transfer blog: Cordoba linked with Hertha move have 336 words, post on www.dw.com at September 13, 2020. Who has gone where? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Bundesliga 2020/2021: Verpasse keinen Wechsel im Winter oder Sommer. We’re undergoing maintenance. Out: Daniel Baier (end of contract), Kavin Danso (Fortuna Düsseldorf, loan), Sergio Cordova (Arminia Bielefeld, loan), Fabian Giefer (FC Würzburger Kickers), Tin Jedvaj (Bayer Leverkusen, end of loan), 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). Angelino has joined RB Leipzig on a permanent deal from Manchester City after the Bundesliga club activated their £16.3m buy option in his loan deal. By Matt O'Connor-Simpson. Transfer season is usually the most important part of football as many clubs reshape their teams by buying and selling players as needed. 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). To allow for the registration of players based on previously signed contracts, the window opened on 1 July 2020 for a single day. German magazine Sport Bild has named the 10 best Bundesliga signings of the 2020/21 season so far in no particular order. The clubs are ordered by their final position of the previous season. Borussia Dortmund have agreed fresh terms with Lukasz Piszczek, keeping the 32-year-old Poland full-back at Signal Iduna Park until 2020. This is cached page on VietNam Breaking News. Bundesliga transfers: What happened in August 2020. All the news and updates on your favourite club, Straight from the Bundesliga’s official editorial team. Up-to-date matchday news, stats & quotes; 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), Ömer Toprak (Werder Bremen, end of loan), Marius Wolf (Hertha Berlin, end of loan). 14.2.21 RB Leipzig. All the summer’s Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and Serie A deals and club-by-club guides Women’s summer transfer interactive: all … bundesliga.com brings you all the official comings and goings before the window slams shut on 31 January... OUT: Michael Gregoritsch (Schalke, loan), Mads Pedersen (FC Zürich, loan), IN: Exequiel Palacios (River Plate), Edmond Tapsoba (Vitoria SC), Florian Wirtz (Cologne U17), OUT: Joel Pohjanpalo (Hamburg, loan), Panagiotis Retsos (Sunderland, loan), IN: Alexander Nübel (Schalke, summer 2020), Alvaro Odriozola (Real Madrid, loan), Nicolas Kühn (Ajax, loan), OUT: Timothy Tillman (Greuther Fürth, loan), IN: Emre Can (Juventus, loan), Erling Haaland (Red Ball Salzburg), OUT: Paco Alcacer (Villarreal), Jacob Bruun Larsen (Hoffenheim), Julian Weigl (Benfica), OUT: Jordan Beyer (Hamburg, loan), Andreas Poulsen (Austria Vienna, loan), Julio Villalba (SCR Altach, loan), IN: Toni Leistner (Queens Park Rangers, loan), Elvis Rexhbecaj (Wolfsburg, loan), Mark Uth (Schalke, loan), OUT: Matthias Bader (Darmstadt), Darko Churlinov (VfB Stuttgart), Vincent Koziello (Paris FC, loan), Sebastian Müller (Arminia Bielefeld), Louis Schaub (Hamburg, loan), Lasse Sobiech (Mouscron, loan) Florian Wirtz (Bayer Leverkusen U19), IN: Ragnar Ache (Sparta Rotterdam, summer 2020), Stefan Ilsanker (RB Leipzig), OUT: Simon Falette (Fenerbahce, loan), Dejan Joveljic (Anderlecht, loan), IN: Valon Berisha (Lazio, loan), Mathias Jörgensen (Fenerbahce, loan), Steven Skrzybski (Schalke, loan), OUT: Lewis Baker (Chelsea, loan return), Davor Lovren (NK Slaven Belupo, loan), OUT: Jerome Gondorf (Karlsruher, loan), Woo-yeong Jeong (Bayern II, loan), Marco Terrazzino (Dynamo Dresden, loan), IN: Santiago Ascacibar (Stuttgart), Matheus Cunha (RB Leipzig), Lucas Tousart (Lyon, summer 2020), Krzysztof Piatek (AC Milan), OUT: Maurice Covic (Ascoli, loan), Ondrej Duda (Norwich City, loan), Sidney Friede (Wehen Wiesbaden), Dennis Jastrzembski (Paderborn, loan) Eduard Löwen (Augsburg, loan), Maxim Pronichev (Rot-Weiss Essen), Daishawn Redan (FC Groningen, loan), Davie Selke (Werder Bremen, loan), Lucas Tousart (Lyon, loan), IN: Jacob Bruun Larsen (Borussia Dortmund), Munas Dabbur (Sevilla), Michael Esser (Hannover), Domen Gril (NK Bravo), Marko Maric (Lillestrom, loan return), OUT: Joshua Brenet (Vitesse Arnhem, loan), Domen Gril (NK Bravo, loan), Marko Maric (Houston Dynamo), Bruno Nazario (Botafogo, loan), Philipp Ochs (Hannover), Amadou Onana (Hamburg), Lukas Rupp (Norwich City), Kevin Vogt (Werder Bremen, loan), Robert Zulj (Bochum), IN: Jeffrey Bruma (Wolfsburg, loan), Erkan Eyibil (pro contact), Dimitri Lavalee (Standard Liege, arrival in summer 2020), Deniz Pehlivan (Rapid Vienna), OUT: Alexandru Maxim (Gaziantep, loan), Aaron Seydel (Jahn Regensburg, loan), Marin Sverko (SG Sonnenhof Großaspach, loan), IN: Antony Evans (Everton), Samuel Fridjonsson (Valarenga), Dennis Jastrzembski (Hertha Berlin, loan) Dennis Srbeny (Norwich City), OUT: Cauly (Ludogorets), Johannes Dörfler (Zwickau, loan), Babacar Gueye (Karslruher), Michael Ratajczak (Hannover), Khiry Shelton (Sporting Kansas City), IN: Angelino (Manchester City, loan), Josep Martinez (Las Palmas, summer 2020), Dani Olmo (Dinamo Zagreb), OUT: Jean-Kevin Augustin (Leeds United, loan), Luan Candido (Red Bull Bragantino, loan), Matheus Cunha (Hertha Berlin), Diego Demme (Napoli), Stefan Ilsanker (Eintracht Frankfurt) Marcelo Sarrachi (Galatasaray, loan), IN: Michael Gregoritsch (Augsburg, loan), Jean-Clair Todibo (Barcelona, loan), OUT: Nabil Bentaleb (Newcastle United, loan), Jonas Carls (Viktoria Köln, loan), Marcel Langer (Heart of Midlothian), Alexander Nübel (Bayern Munich, summer 2020), Fabian Reese (Holstein Kiel), Steven Skrzybski (Fortuna Düsseldorf, loan), Mark Uth (Cologne, loan), OUT: Lennard Maloney (Chemnitzer FC, loan), Nicolai Rapp (Darmstadt, loan), IN: Felix Bejimo (Malmö, end of loan), Davie Selke (Hertha Berlin, loan), Kevin Vogt (Hoffenheim, loan), OUT: Felix Bejimo (Greuther Fürth, loan), Jürgen Locadia (Brighton, loan return), OUT: Jeffrey Bruma (Mainz, loan), Yunus Malli (Union Berlin, loan), Lukas Nmecha (Manchester City, loan return), Elvis Rexhbecaj (Cologne, loan). Out: Fin Bartels (Holstein Kiel), Jan-Niklas Beste (Jahn Regensburg, loan), Leonardo Bittencourt (Hoffenheim, end of loan), Benjamin Goller (Karlsruher, loan), Michael Lang (Borussia Mönchengladbach, end of loan), Claudio Pizarro (retired), Luca Plogmann (SV Meppen, loan), Nuri Sahin (end of contract), Ömer Toprak (Borussia Dortmund, end of loan), Kevin Vogt (Hoffenheim, end of loan). Bundesliga der Saison 2020/21 für alle Vereine mit Ablösesummen und Transfergerüchten. Bundesliga in the season 20/21. By Rune Gjerulff. Bundesliga News Top 30 Bundesliga transfers ahead of the 2020/21 season. Out: Fabian Johnson (end of contract), Mortiz Nicolas (Osnabrück, loan), Raffael (end of contract), Tobias Strobl (Augsburg). Your email address will not be published. The summer transfer window has slammed shut in Germany. This overview shows all transfers of the Bundesliga in the season 20/21. Bundesliga Transfers 2020 News Ticker Borussia Dortmund FC Bayern: BuLi-Wechsel aktuell Bayern München Choupo-Moting RB Leipzig Kluivert 04.10.2020, 13.44 Uhr Bundesliga-Transfers 2020 aktuell : Franzosen berichten: FC Bayern München baggert an Choupo-Moting Out: Sahverdi Cetin (end of contract), Gelson Fernandes (retired), Patrick Finger (end of contract), Mijat Gacinovic (Hoffenheim), Jonathan de Guzman (end of contract), Dejan Joveljic (Wolfsberger AC, loan), Marco Russ (retired), Lucas Torro (Osasuna). Alle aktuellen Transfers der 1. The Bundesliga's winter transfer window officially opens for business on 1 January 2020, but some clubs have already made a head start on fine-tuning their squads ready for the second half of the 2019/20 campaign. This overview shows all transfers of the 2. In: Sergio Cordova (Augsburg, loan), Nathan de Medina (Mouscron), Christian Gebauer (SCR Altach), Philipp Klewin (Erzgebirge Aue), Jacob Laursen (Odense), Noel Niemann (1860 Munich), Can Özcan (Alemannia Aachen, end of loan), Nikolai Rehnen (Alemannia Aachen, end of loan). Age: 20 Years Position: Centre-Forward Market value: €110.00m Alle Transfers der 2. In: Adrian Fein (Hamburg, end of loan), Nicolas Kühn (Ajax, loan made permanent), Tanguy Nianzou (Paris Saint-Germain), Alexander Nübel (Schalke), Leroy Sane (Manchester City). By clicking "OK" or continuing to use this site, you agree that we may collect and use your personal data and set cookies to improve your experience and customise advertising. Alle Informationen findest du hier. Out: Leonardo Balerdi (Marseille, loan), Dzenis Burnic (Heidenheim), Emre Can (Juventus, end of loan), Mario Götze (end of contract), Achraf Hakimi (Real Madrid, end of loan), Eric Oelschlägel (end of contract), Andre Schürrle (end of contract). In: Felix Agu (Osnabrück), Boubacar Barry (Uerdingen, end of loan), Felix Bejimo (Greuther Fürth, end of loan), Jan-Niklas Beste (Emmen, end of loan), Tahith Chong (Manchester United, loan), Patrick Erras (Nürnberg), Martin Harnik (Hamburg, end of loan), Thore Jacobsen (Magdeburg, end of loan), Ole Käuper (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). The Bundesliga's winter transfer window officially opens for business on 1 January 2020, but some clubs have already made a head start on … In: Daniel Caligiuri (Schalke), Kevin Danso (Southampton, end of loan), Rafal Gikiewicz (Union Berlin), Michael Gregoritsch (Schalke, end of loan), Mads Pedersen (FC Zürich, end of loan), Nico Schlotterbeck (Union Berlin, loan), Tobias Strobl (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Felix Uduokhai (Wolfsburg, loan deal made permanent). Although the German top flight may not be able to compete with the Premier League and La Liga in terms of fees and figures, their summer … Continue reading The 10 Best Bundesliga Transfers … Patrik Schick to Bayer Leverkusen for €26.5 million. Only transfers of the Bundesliga and 2. During this time, you may notice inaccurate or missing data. 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 Düsseldorf, end of loan). Out: Jonathan Clauss (Lens), Agoston Kiss (Haladas, end of loan), Philipp Klewin (end of contract), Alex Perez (end of contract), Nils Quaschner (end of contract), Keanu Staude (end of contract), Patrick Weihrauch (end of contract). Bundesliga are included. Check out the January 2020 Bundesliga transfers. ⚽ In this film, 10 players who are the strength of the German Bundesliga, who can change club during the summer 2020 transfer window. Bayer Leverkusen coach Peter Bosz denied that his job was in danger on Sunday after a disastrous defensive performance saw his side suffer a shock 3-0 defeat away to struggling Bundesliga … Hegazi completes Al-Ittihad transfer External Link. English Premier League Transfers 2018/19; Spanish La Liga Transfers 2018/19; Italian Serie A Transfers 2018/19; German Bundesliga Transfers 2018/19; Rest Of Europe Transfers 2018/19; Major League Soccer Transfers 2020 Andre Silva to Eintracht Frankfurt for 9€ million. Out: Suleiman Abdullahi (Eintracht Braunschweig, loan), Marius Bülter (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 Mönchengladbach, end of loan), Leo Oppermann (Hamburg II), Michael Parensen (retired), Sebastian Pölter (Fortuna Sittard), Nicolai Rapp (Darmstadt, loan), Ken Reichel (Osnabrück), Keven Schlotterbeck (Freiburg, end of loan), Manuel Schmiedebach (end of contract). 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The portal has been opened for one day on 1 July 2020 to enable players to register based on initially signed agreements. The 10 Best Bundesliga Transfers of the 2020 Summer Window - Ranked. Find the Latest Records, Stats & Transfer News of Bundesliga … The Bundesliga has witnessed some interesting transfer dealing of late | DeFodi Images/Getty Images Aside from financial behemoth Bayern Munich, Bundesliga sides are not known for their lavish spending. From free agents to big-money deals, the list of their names are above. Get your front row seat to the Bundesliga experience by signing up for our official newsletter: Emre Can was a headline arrival during a busy January transfer window in the Bundesliga. Bundesliga News Sport Bild names the 10 best Bundesliga signings of the 2020/21 season. Die Statistik zeigt die Transferübersicht der Bundesliga aus der Saison 20/21. Alle Transfers der Bundesliga 2020/2021: Verpasse keinen Wechsel im Winter oder Sommer. In: Ragnar Ache (Sparta Rotterdam), Aymen Barkok (Fortuna Düsseldorf, end of loan), Simon Falette (Fenerbahce, end of loan), Dejan Joveljic (Anderlecht, end of loan), Jabez Makanda (promoted from U19s), Flynn Otto (promoted from U19s), Tuta (Kortrijk, end of loan), Jetro Willems (Newcastle, end of loan), Steven Zuber (Hoffenheim). Hertha Berlin 2020 transfer In: Maurice Covic (Ascoli, end of loan), Ondrej Duda (Norwich City, end of loan), Nils Körber (Osnabrück, end of loan), Daishawn Redan (Groningen, end of loan), Alexander Schwolow (Freiburg), Lucas Tousart (Lyon, 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). German Bundesliga Transfers in 2020/21 Season Football. 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. Visit ESPN to view German Bundesliga transfers, along with a season-by-season … Out: Daniel Caligiuri (Augsburg), Jonas Carls (Vitoria Guimaraes, loan), Pablo Insua (Huesca), Michael Gregoritsch (Augsburg, end of loan), Jonjoe Kenny (Everton, end of loan), Alexander Nübel (Bayern Munich), Cedric Teuchert (Union Berlin), Jean-Clair Todibo (Barcelona, end of loan). Breaking news headlines about Bundesliga Transfer News linking to 1,000s of websites from around the world. English Premier League Transfers 2018/19; Spanish La Liga Transfers … Official Bundesliga transfer center: summer 2020 25 weeks ago. The clubs are ordered by their final position of the previous season. RB Leipzig make Angelino move permanent. 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 Köln, loan), Marvin Rittmüller (Heidenheim), Kingsley Schindler (Hannover, loan), Simon Terodde (Hamburg), Mark Uth (Schalke, end of loan), Birger Verstraete (Antwerp, loan). Related Articles. It wasn’t long ago Andre Silva was considered to … By Rune Gjerulff. Out: Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona, end of loan), Frank Evina (Hannover), Christian Früchtl (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 (Nürnberg, loan). Die Klubs werden nach ihren Platzierungen der Vorsaison absteigend dargestellt.