The Bundesliga transfer window has been closed since Monday at 6 p.m. In the evening, the other top European leagues will follow suit.
► Kruse replacement for Union
Union Berlin brings Sven Michel (31) from the 2nd division from Paderborn as a replacement for Kruse (to Wolfsburg). Michel has scored 15 goals in 20 games this season.
► Injured signing
Hertha BSC signed the injured Kelian Nsona (19/torn cruciate ligament) from France’s second division club Caen. The striker has been given a contract until 2026 and will be operational by the end of the season.
► Schalke borrows “Korea-Messi”.
Dong-gyeong Lee (24) comes to Gelsenkirchen from the Korean first division club Ulsan Hyundai. In his home country, the international is celebrated as the “South Korean Messi”.
► Striker swap
Now official: Wolfsburg’s Wout Weghorst (29) is moving to Burnley in the Premier League for a good 14 million euros. Jonas Wind (22) comes as a replacement from FC Copenhagen for around 12 million euros. The Dane signs until 2026.
► Talent for Stuttgart
VfB is loaning offensive jewel Tiago Tomás (19) from Sporting Lisbon until 2023. The Portugal U21 international costs €500,000 on loan, while Stuttgart has a €14m purchase option.
► Zakaria to Juventus
Perfect: Gladbach’s Denis Zakaria (25) moves to Juventus Turin for a fee of five million plus bonuses. The Swiss (27 million euros market value) would have been free in the summer, signing until 2026.
► Cologne brings Bayern talent
Bayern’s Bright Arrey-Mbi (18) is on loan to Cologne until 2023. The contract, which expires in 2022, was previously extended to 2025.
► Bürki stays
Dortmund won’t get rid of goalkeeper Roman Bürki (31 / contract until 2023) even at the second attempt. According to BILD information, France club Lorient is interested, but Bürki declined. BVB talent Tobias Raschl (21) goes to Fürth, signing until 2024.
The transfer of an ex-Dortmund favorite is still open! Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (32) is facing a transfer from Arsenal to Barcelona. According to media reports, he completed the medical check.