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“Bundesliga Summer Transfers: Latest Arrivals and Exits”
- Updated: August 31, 2023
Overview of Bundesliga Summer Transfers: New Arrivals and Departures:
As the summer transfer window inches closer to its deadline on 1 September, Bundesliga clubs have been busy securing new additions and waving farewell to some familiar faces. Notable names like Harry Kane, Min-jae Kim, and Xavi Simons have joined the league, adding a layer of intrigue and anticipation to the upcoming season. Before the transfer window comes to a close, let’s delve into the ins and outs involving Bundesliga clubs.
In: Mergim Berisha (Fenerbahce, loan made permanent), Tim Breithaupt (Karlsruhe), Finn Dahmen (Mainz), Lucas Ehrlich (Dynamo Dresden), Raphael Framberger (Sandhausen, end of loan), Sven Michel (Union Berlin), Masaya Okugawa (Arminia Bielefeld), Patric Pfeiffer (Darmstadt), Jozo Stanic (Varazdin, end of loan), Phillip Tietz (Darmstadt), Frederik Winther (Brondby, end of loan)
Out: Julian Baumgartlinger (retired), Mergim Berisha (Hoffenheim), Daniel Caligiuri (out of contract), Tim Civeja (Saarbrücken), Rafal Gikiewicz (Ankaragucu), Felix Götze (Rot-Weiß Essen, loan made permanent), Lasse Günther (Wehen Wiesbaden, loan), Andre Hahn (out of contract), Daniel Klein (Sandhausen, loan), Henri Koudossou (Den Haag, loan), Benjamin Leneis (Zwickau), Maurico Malone (Basel), Ricardo Pepi (PSV Eindhoven), Tobias Strobl (retired), Renato Veiga (Sporting Lisbon, end of loan), Kelvin Yeboah (Genoa, end of loan)
In: Arthur (America Mineiro), Victor Boniface (Union Saint-Gilloise), Alejandro Grimaldo (Benfica), Jonas Hofmann (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Matej Kovar (Manchester United), Gustavo Puerta (Nuremberg, end of loan), Josip Stanisic (Bayern Munich, loan), Nathan Tella (Southampton), Melvin Ukpeigbe (Real Madrid, loan), Granit Xhaka (Arsenal)
Out: Charles Aranguiz (Porto Alegre), Ayman Azhil (Borussia Dortmund II), Sardar Azmoun (Roma, loan), Mitchel Bakker (Atalanta), Karim Bellarabi (out of contract), Kerem Demirbay (Galatasaray), Moussa Diaby (Aston Villa), Joshua Eze (Fortuna Cologne), Sadik Fofana (Fortuna Sittard, loan), Callum Hudson-Odoi (Chelsea, end of loan), Lennart Grill (Union Berlin, loan made permanent), Andrey Lunev (Qarabag), Paulinho (Atletico Mineiro), Patrick Pentz (Brondby, loan), Daley Sinkgraven (Las Palmas)
In: Raphael Guerreiro (Borussia Dortmund), Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur), Min-jae Kim (Napoli), Konrad Laimer (RB Leipzig), Daniel Peretz (Maccabi Tel Aviv)
Out: Bright Arrey-Mbi (Hannover, loan made permanent), Daley Blind (Girona), Joao Cancelo (Manchester City, end of loan), Lucas Hernandez (Paris Saint-Germain), Sadio Mane (Al Nassr), Alexander Nübel (VfB Stuttgart, loan), Benjamin Pavard (Inter Milan), Marcel Sabitzer (Borussia Dortmund), Johannes Schenk (Preußen Münster, loan), Sarpreet Singh (Hansa Rostock), Yann Sommer (Inter Milan), Josip Stanisic (Bayer Leverkusen, loan), Malik Tillman (PSV Eindhoven, loan), Gabriel Vidovic (Dinamo Zagreb, loan)
In: Bernardo (Red Bull Salzburg), Matus Bero (Vitesse), Lukas Daschner (St. Pauli), Luis Hartwig (St. Pölten, end of loan), Moritz-Broni Kwarteng (Magdeburg), Noah Loosli (Grasshoppers), Lys Mousset (Nimes, end of loan), Tim Oermann (Wolfsberg, end of loan), Ivan Ordets (Dynamo Moscow, loan extended), Felix Passlack (Borussia Dortmund), Moritz Römling (Rot-Weiß Essen, end of loan), Keven Schlotterbeck (Freiburg, loan extended), Niclas Thiede (Verl), Maximilian Wittek (Vitesse)
Out: Silvere Ganvoula (Young Boys), Jacek Goralski (Wieczysta), Paul Grave (Wuppertal, loan), Dominique Heintz (Union Berlin, end of loan), Gerrit Holtmann (Antalyaspor, loan), Jannes Horn (Nuremberg, loan made permanent), Saidy Janko (Real Valladolid, end of loan), Marko Johansson (Hamburg, end of loan), Pierre Kunde (Olympiacos, end of loan), Vasilios Lampropoulos (Crete), Kostas Stafylidis (out of contract)
The Bundesliga landscape is undergoing transformations as new talents find their home and familiar faces embark on new journeys. Stay tuned for more developments as the transfer window comes to a close.
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By- Sahiba Suri