German Bundesliga Transfers 2015/2016

  • Player
  • Country
  • To
  • From
  • Price
  • Philipp Max
    Defender
  • Germany
  • Augsburg
  • Karlsruher
  • 3.6million
  • Daniel Opare
    Defender
  • Ghana
  • Augsburg
  • Porto
  • Free
  • Kevin Kampl
    Midfielder
  • Slovenia
  • Bayer Leverkusen
  • Bor. Dortmund
  • 10million
  • Charles Aranguiz
    Midfielder
  • Chile
  • Bayer Leverkusen
  • Internacional
  • 11.3million
  • Douglas Costa
    Midfielder
  • Brazil
  • Bayern
  • Shakhtar Donetsk
  • 30million
  • Joshua Kimmich
    Midfielder
  • Germany
  • Bayern
  • Stuttgart
  • 7million
  • Sven Ulreich
    Goalkeeper
  • Germany
  • Bayern
  • Stuttgart
  • 3million
  • Arturo Vidal
    Midfielder
  • Chile
  • Bayern Munich
  • Juventus
  • 37million
  • Gonzalo Castro
    Midfielder
  • Germany
  • Bor. Dortmund
  • Leverkusen
  • 11million
  • Julian Weigl
    Midfielder
  • Germany
  • Bor. Dortmund
  • 1860 Munich
  • undisclosed
  • Thorgan Hazard
    Midfielder
  • Belgium
  • Bor. Mgladbach
  • Chelsea
  • 8million
  • Mandela Egbo
    Defender
  • England
  • Bor. Mgladbach
  • Crystal Palace
  • undisclosed
  • Andreas Christensen
    Defender
  • Denmark
  • Bor. Mgladbach
  • Chelsea
  • Loan
  • Lars Stindl
    Midfielder
  • Germany
  • Bor. Mgladbach
  • Hannover
  • 3million
  • Tobias Sippel
    Goalkeeper
  • Germany
  • Bor. Mgladbach
  • Kaiserslautern
  • Free
  • Nico Schulz
    Midfielder
  • Germany
  • Bor. Mgladbach
  • Hertha
  • 3million
  • Nico Elvedi
    Defender
  • Switzerland
  • Bor. Mgladbach
  • Zurich
  • undisclosed
  • Mijat Gacinovic
    Midfielder
  • Serbia
  • Eint. Frankfurt
  • Vojvodina
  • 1.5million
  • Lukas Hradecky
    Goalkeeper
  • Finland
  • Eint. Frankfurt
  • Brondby
  • 2million
  • Philipp Hosiner
    Attacker
  • Austria
  • FC Koln
  • Rennes
  • Loan
  • Lewis Holtby
    Midfielder
  • Germany
  • Hamburg
  • Tottenham
  • undisclosed
  • Batuhan Altintas
    Attacker
  • Turkey
  • Hamburg
  • Bursaspor
  • undisclosed
  • Albin Ekdal
    Midfielder
  • Sweden
  • Hamburg
  • Cagliari
  • 4.5million
  • Emir Spahic
    Defender
  • Bosnia
  • Hamburg
  • Bayer Leverkusen
  • Free
  • Mevlut Erding
    Attacker
  • Turkey
  • Hannover
  • Saint Etienne
  • 3.5million
  • Allan Saint-Maximin
    Midfielder
  • France
  • Hannover
  • Monaco
  • Loan
  • Vladimir Darida
    Midfielder
  • Czech Rep.
  • Hertha
  • Freiburg
  • undisclosed
  • Eduardo Vargas
    Attacker
  • Chile
  • Hoffenheim
  • Napoli
  • undisclosed
  • Joelinton
    Attacker
  • Brazil
  • Hoffenheim
  • Recife
  • undisclosed
  • Leonardo Bittencourt
    Midfielder
  • Brazil
  • Koln
  • Hannover
  • undisclosed
  • Milos Jojic
    Midfielder
  • Serbia
  • Koln
  • Bor. Dortmund
  • 3million
  • Frederik Sorensen
    Defender
  • Norway
  • Koln
  • Juventus
  • 2.5million
  • Admir Mehmedi
    Attacker
  • Switzerland
  • Leverkusen
  • Freiburg
  • 6million
  • Kyriakos Papadopoulos
    Defender
  • Greece
  • Leverkusen
  • Schalke
  • 6.5million
  • Andre Ramalho
    Defender
  • Brazil
  • Leverkusen
  • Salzburg
  • Free
  • Jonathan Tah
    Defender
  • Germany
  • Leverkusen
  • Hamburg
  • 10million
  • Maximilian Beister
    Midfielder
  • Germany
  • Mainz
  • Hamburg
  • Free
  • Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg
    Midfielder
  • Denmark
  • Schalke
  • Bayern
  • Loan
  • Matija Nastasic
    Defender
  • Serbia
  • Schalke
  • Manchester City
  • 9.5million
  • Johannes Geis
    Midfielder
  • Germany
  • Schalke
  • Mainz
  • 10million
  • Sascha Riether
    Defender
  • Germany
  • Schalke
  • Freiburg
  • undisclosed
  • Junior Caicara
    Defender
  • Brazil
  • Schalke
  • Ludogorets
  • 4.5million
  • Franco Di Santo
    Attacker
  • Argentina
  • Schalke
  • Werder Bremen
  • 6million
  • Philip Heise
    Defender
  • Germany
  • Stuttgart
  • Heidenheim
  • undisclosed
  • Mitchell Langerak
    Goalkeeper
  • Australia
  • Stuttgart
  • Bor. Dortmund
  • 4million
  • Emiliano Insua
    Defender
  • Argentina
  • Stuttgart
  • Atletico Madrid
  • undisclosed
  • Toni Sunjic
    Defender
  • Bosnia
  • Stuttgart
  • Kuban
  • undisclosed
  • Lukas Rupp
    Midfielder
  • Germany
  • Stuttgart
  • Paderborn
  • Free
  • Przemyslaw Tyton
    Goalkeeper
  • Poland
  • Stuttgart
  • PSV
  • Free
  • Jan Kliment
    Midfielder
  • Czech Rep.
  • Stuttgart
  • Jihlava
  • undisclosed
  • Aron Johannsson
    Attacker
  • USA
  • Werder Bremen
  • AZ Alkmaar
  • undisclosed
  • Carlos Ascues
    Defender
  • Peru
  • Wolfsburg
  • Melgar Arequipa
  • undisclosed
  • Max Kruse
    Attacker
  • Germany
  • Wolfsburg
  • Bor. Mgladbach
  • 12million
  • Francisco Rodriguez
    Midfielder
  • Switzerland
  • Wolfsburg
  • Zurich
  • 1.6million

Football Transfers in German Bundesliga

You may not know that German Bundesliga boasts the highest average attendance of any football league in the world and that speaks volumes about the quality of Germany’s top flight. As a result, we have decided to introduce a special section on our website that will be featuring the latest Bundesliga transfers, together with all the information surrounding every confirmed deal. This way you’ll be able to keep track of all the changes in the summer and winter transfer windows and learn more about players coming to the top tier of German football.

German Bundesliga clubs have a habit of wrapping up transfer deals even before the official start of a transfer window, which is by no mean a bad thing, seeing that this helps the teams prepare for the new season in the best possible way. These and all the other confirmed deals from each and every top flight club will be featured in the Bundesliga transfer page, making sure you always stay in touch with the latest developments from this prestige football competition.

Low prices and safe standing sections are one of the main reasons why so many football fans from around the world flock to see Bundesliga games and these certainly offer a different atmosphere than the all-seater stadia. However, these are not the only reasons why football fans enjoy following the games live all across Germany, as the quality of football and attractive and exciting games also have something to do with it.

Not so long ago, Bayern Munich would be the only serious title contenders season after season, but things have changed considerably over the last few years and now Bavarians usually have five or six serious rivals for the Bundesliga title. Borussia Dortmund produced quite a coup by winning back to back league trophies in 2011 and 2012, but teams like Schalke, Wolfsburg, Bayer Leverkusen, Werder, Stuttgart and even Borussia M’gladbach have all been fighting for the title or at least a Champions League qualification over the last few years.

The emergence of so many quality sides and the arrival of talented players from all over the world have made German Bundesliga one of the most exciting competitions in Europe, and nobody is surprise to see some of world’s best players plying their trade in one of the German football giants. The likes of Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery, Mario Goetze, Klaas Jan Huntelaar and Mario Gomez are all setting Germany alight with their performances and these world-class players prove that this competition is getting more interesting by the minute.

Keeping track of all the changes in one Bundesliga club let alone the entire league is clearly a tough task, but that is where the Soccernews team steps in, eager to make your life a lot easier. We will regularly check teams’ official websites to bring you the latest purchases, loans and free transfers through our Bundesliga transfers page, but bear in mind this is not the only top European league we are covering. English Premier League Transfers, Italian Serie A Transfers, Spanish La Liga Transfers and the rest of Europe Transfers are also on offer, so feel free to browse through all these pages at any time.