These transfers are already fixed

Although the Bundesliga had painful starts with Haaland and Lewandowski, they were able to strengthen themselves on the other side. We have summarized all the Bundesliga fixed transfers for you here.

Over € 300 million in transfer fees and a string of big stars that the Bundesliga has been able to win: the transfer period for the 2022/23 season has been difficult so far.

Financially at least, the runner-up’s transfer activities are overshadowed by another Bundesliga club: FC Bayern. The Monaco side invested more than € 30m for Liverpool’s Sadio Mané right at the start of the transfer period. But they didn’t want to let it go for a long time. For Ryan Gravenberch (Ajax Amsterdam), Mathijs de Ligt (Juventus Turin) and Mathys Tel (Stade Rennes), Bayern executives have lost over 100 million.

RB Leipzig also increased the squad. After all, the Saxons had been very quiet for a long time, but in early August they struck twice. Firstly, Hoffenheim’s David Raum was revoked from his contract for nearly € 30 million, and a few days later Timo Werner’s spectacular comeback campaign was finally completed for around € 20 million plus bonuses.

In addition to the important transfer of Senegalese Sadio Mané, Bayern have conquered the Dutch champions of Ajax Amsterdam record. With right-back Noussair Mazraoui and young midfielder Ryan Gravenberch, two promising youngsters are on their way to record champions. In addition, Matthijs de Ligt arrived from Juventus Turin for a record € 80 million.

The Munich side lost, among other things, central defender Niklas Süle, who passed to direct Dortmund rival. There he forms the central defense together with Freiburg newcomer Nico Schlotterbeck.

But the other Bundesliga clubs also have some well-known additions: Bayer Leverkusen, for example, strengthened with Czech youngster Adam Hlozek, RB Leipzig with former player Timo Werner and Hoffenheim’s David Raum. The transfer of world champion Mario Götze to Eintracht Frankfurt certainly has a special spice.

Association Transfers (external purchases only) expense FC Bayern Munich Sadio Mane (FC Liverpool), Noussair Mazraoui (Ajax Amsterdam), Ryan Gravenberch (Ajax Amsterdam), Matthijs de Ligt (Juventus), Mathys Tel (Stade Rennes) 137.5 million euros Borussia Dortmund Sébastien Haller (Ajax Amsterdam), Karim Adeyemi (RB Salzburg), Niklas Süle (FC Bayern Munich), Nico Schlotterbeck (SC Freiburg), Salih Özcan (1.FC Köln), Alexander Meyer (Jahn Regensburg), Marcel Lotka (Hertha BSC) Berlin), Anthony Modeste (1.FC Köln), Jayden Braad (Manchester City) 91 million euros Bayer 04 Leverkusen Adam Hlozek (Sparta Prague) 13 million euros RB Leipzig Xaver Schlager (VfL Wolfsburg), Janis Blaswich (Heracles Almelo), David Raum (TSG Hoffenheim), Timo Werner (FC Chelsea) 58 million euros Union Berlin Jordan Siebatcheu (Young Boys Bern), Jamie Leweling (Greuther Fürth), Paul Seguin (Greuther Fürth), Danilho Doekhi (Vitesse Arnhem), Milos Pantovic (VfL Bochum), Tim Skarke (Darmstadt 98), Jannik Haberer (SC Freiburg), Lennart Grill (Bayer Leverkusen), Morten Thorsby (Sampdoria Genoa), Diogo Leite (FC Porto) 13.5 million euros SC Freiburg Ritsu Doan (PSV Eindhoven), Daniel-Kofi Kyereh (FC St. Pauli), Matthias Ginter (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Michael Gregoritsch (FC Augsburg) 13 million euros 1. FC Cologne Luca Kilian (FSV Mainz 05), Sargis Adamyan (TSG Hoffenheim), Steffen Tigges (Borussia Dortmund), Eric Martel (RB Leipzig), Denis Huseinbasic (Kickers Offenbach), Linton Maina (Hannover 96), Kristian Pedersen (Birmingham City) 6.25 million euros FSV Mainz 05 Maxim Leitsch (VfL Bochum), Marcus Ingvartsen (Union Berlin), Delano Burgzorg (Heracles Almelo), Dominik Kohr (Eintracht Frankfurt), Aymen Barkok (Eintracht Frankfurt), Anthony Caci (Racing Straßburg), Danny da Costa (Eintracht Frankfurt), Angelo Fulgini (Angers SCO) 14.3 million euros TSG Hoffenheim Finn Ole Becker (FC St. Pauli), Grischa Prömel (Union Berlin), Stanley Nsoki (FC Brugge), Ozan Kabak (Schalke 04), Angelino (RB Leipzig), Eduardo Quaresma (Sporting Lisbon) 17 million euros Borussia Mönchengladbach Ko Itakura (Manchester City), Oscar Fraulo (FC Midtjylland) 7 million euros Eintracht Frankfurt Jens Petter Hauge (AC Milan), Lucas Alario (Bayer Leverkusen), Mario Götze (PSV Eindhoven), Kristijan Jakic (Dinamo Zagreb), Hrvoje Smolcic (HNK Eijeka), Jérome Onguéné (RB Salzburg), Faride Alidou (HSV), Randal Kolo Muani (FC Nantes), Marcel Wenig (FC Bayern Munich), Aurélio Buta (Royal Antwerpen) 28 million euros VfL Wolfsburg Jakub Kaminski (Lech Posen), Bartol Franjic (Dinamo Zagreb), Patrick Wimmer (Arminia Bielefeld), Kilian Fischer (1.FC Nürnberg), Mattias Svanberg (FC Bologna), Dzenan Pejcinovic (FC Augsburg) 35 million euros VfL Bochum Philipp Förster (VfB Stuttgart), Konstantinos Stafylidis (TSG Hoffenheim), Jordi Osei-Tutu (Arsenal U23), Jacek Goralski (Kairat Almaty), Kevin Stöger (FSV Mainz 05), Philipp Hofmann (Karlsruher SC), Saidy Janko (Real Valladolid )). ), Ivan Ordets (Dynamo Moscow), Dominique Heintz (Union Berlin), Jannes Horn (1. FC Cologne) 750,000 euros FC Augusta Arne Maier (Hertha BSC Berlin), Ermedin Demirovic (SC Freiburg), Maximilian Bauer (Greuther Furth), Elvis Rexhbecaj (VfL Wolfsburg) 6.7 million euros VfB Stuttgart Josha Vagnoman (HSV), Konstantinos Mavropanos (FC Arsenal), Jose Perea (PS Giannina), Hiroki Ito (Jubilee Iwata), Luca Pfeiffer (FC Midtjylland), 12.75 million euros Hertha BSC Jessic Ngankam (Greuther Fürth), Jonjoe Kenny (Everton), Filip Uremovic (Rubin Kazan), Ivan Sunjic (Birmingham City), Chidera Ejuke (CSKA Moscow), Wilfried Kanga (Young Boys), Jean-Paul Boetius (without team), Tjark Ernst (VfL Bochum) 6.2 million euros Schalke 04 Thomas Ouwejan (AZ Alkmaar), Sebastian Polter (VfL Bochum), Rodrigo Zalazar (Eintracht Frankfurt), Tobias Mohr (1.FC Heidenheim), Florent Mollet (Montpellier HSC), Marvin Pieringer (SC Freiburg II), Tom Krauss (RB Leipzig) .), Alexander Schwolow (Hertha BSC Berlin), Justin Heekeren (RW Oberhausen), Leo Greiml (Rapid Vienna), Cédric Brunner (Arminia Bielefeld), Maya Yoshida (Sampdoria Genova), Ibrahima Cissé (KAA Gent U21), Alex Kral ( Spartak Moscow), Jordan Larsson (Spartak Moscow) 7.98 million euros SV Werder Bremen Jens Stage (FC Copenhagen), Lee Buchanan (Derby County), Oliver Burke (Sheffield United), Niklas Stark (Hertha BSC Berlin), Dikeni Salifou (FC Augsburg U19), Amos Pieper (Arminia Bielefeld), Mitchell Weiser (Bayer Leverkusen) 4 million euros

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