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45 confirmed Bundesliga summer transfers

By Bulinews Team

Here are 45 summer deals involving Bundesliga clubs that have been announced.

Bayern München have smashed their transfer record to sign Lucas Hernandez.
Bayern München have smashed their transfer record to sign Lucas Hernandez.Photo: Антон Зайцев/Soccer.ru/CC-by-SA 3.0
1. Lucas Hernandez, from Atlético Madrid to Bayern München (€80 million)

2. Luka Jovic, from SL Benfica to Eintracht Frankfurt (€5 million, loan made permanent) & from Eintracht Frankfurt to Real Madrid (€60 million)

3. Benjamin Pavard, from VFB Stuttgart to Bayern München (€35 million)

4. Kerem Demirbay, from TSG Hoffenheim to Bayer Leverkusen (€32 million)

5. Mats Hummels, from Bayern München to Borussia Dortmund (€30.5 million)

6. Thorgan Hazard, from Gladbach to Borussia Dortmund (€25.5 million)

7. Nico Schulz, from Hoffenheim to Borussia Dortmund (€25.5 million)

8. Julian Brandt, from Bayer Leverkusen to Borussia Dortmund (€25 million)

9. Moussa Diaby, from Paris Saint-Germain to Bayer 04 Leverkusen (€15 million)

10. Hannes Wolf, from Red Bull Salzburg to RB Leipzig (€12 million)

11. Stefan Lainer, from Red Bull Salzburg to Borussia Mönchengladbach (€12 million)

12. Kevin Mbabu, from Young Boys to VfL Wolfsburg (€9.2 million)

13. Edimilson Fernandes, from West Ham to Mainz (€9 million)

14. Ihlas Bebou, from Hannover 96 to Hoffenheim (8.5 million)

15. Luan Candido, from Palmeiras to RB Leipzig (€8 million)

16. Eduard Löwen, from FC Nürnberg to Hertha BSC (€7 million)

17. Niclas Füllkrug, from Hannover 96 to Werder Bremen (€6.5 million)

18. Alexander Isak, from Borussia Dortmund to Real Sociedad (€6.5 million)

19. Filip Kostic, from Hamburger SV to Eintracht Frankfurt (€6 million, loan made permanent)

20. Ronaël Pierre-Gabriel, from AS Monaco to Mainz 05 (€6 million)

21. Landry Dimata, from VfL Wolfsburg to Anderlecht (€5 million)

22. Daley Sinkgraven, from Ajax to Bayer 04 Levekrusen (€5 million)

23. Woo-yeong Jeong, from Bayern München to SC Freiburg (€4.5 million)

24. Dejan Joveljic, from Red Star Belgrade to Eintracht Frankfurt (€4 million)

25. Jonathan Schmid, from FC Augsburg to SC Freiburg (€4 million)

26. Marco Friedl, from Bayern München to Werder Bremen (€3.5 million, loan made permanent)

27. Victor Osimhen, from VfL Wolfsburg to RSC Charleroi (€3.5 million, loan made permanent)

28. Jann-Fiete Arp, from Hamburger SV to Bayern München (€3 million)

29. Florian Niederlechner, from SC Freiburg to FC Augsburg (€2.5 million)

30. Gian-Luca Itter, from VfL Wolfsburg to SC Freiburg (€2.5 million)

31. Bernard Tekpetey, from SC Paderborn to Schalke 04 (€2.5 million)

32. Ruben Vargas, from FC Luzern to FC Augsburg (€2.5 million)

33. Joao Victor, from LASK Linz to VfL Wolfsburg (€2 million)

34. Anthony Ujah, from Mainz 05 to Union Berlin (€2 million)

35. Sargis Adamyan, from SSV Jahn Regensburg to Hoffenheim (€1.5 million)

36. Florian Meier, from Bayern München to Mainz 05 (€1.2 million)

37. Paulo Otávio, from Ingolstadt to VfL Wolfsburg (€1.1 million)

38. Marvin Friedrich, from Union Berlin to FC Augsburg (€1 million)

39. Jonjoe Kenny, from Everton to Schalke 04 (loan)

40. Rafinha, from Bayern München to Flamengo (free transfer)

41. Dedryck Boyata, from Celtic to Hertha BSC (free transfer)

42. Konstantinos Stafylidis, from FC Augsburg to Hoffenheim (free transfer)

43. Dong-won Ji, from FC Augsburg to Mainz 05 (free transfer)

44. Fabian Lustenberger, from Hertha BSC to Young Boys (free transfer)

45. Paul Verhaegh, from VfL Wolfsburg to Twente (free transfer)

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