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The 30 most remarkable Bundesliga transfers this summer so far

By Rune Gjerulff

We take a look at the most important Bundesliga deals of the summer until now.

Lucas Hernandez has joined Bayern München.
Lucas Hernandez has joined Bayern München.Photo: Кирилл Венедиктов, 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. Joelinton, from Hoffenheim to Newcastle (€44 million)

4. Sebastien Haller, from Eintracht Frankfurt to West Ham (€40 million)

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

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

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

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

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

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

11. Valentino Lazaro, from Hertha BSC to Inter (€22 million)

12. Bruma, from RB Leipzig to PSV Eindhoven (€15 million)

13. Xaver Schlager, from Red Bull Salzburg to VfL Wolfsburg (€15 million)

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

15. Ozan Kabak, from VfB Stuttgart to Schalke 04 (€15 million)

16. Christopher Nkunku, from Paris Saint-Germain to RB Leipzig (€13 million)

17. Benito Raman, from Fortuna Düsseldorf to Schalke 04 (€13 million)

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

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

20. Breel Embolo, from Schalke 04 to Gladbach (€10 million)

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

22. Djibril Sow, from Young Boys to Eintracht Frankfurt (€9 million)

23. Marcus Thuram, from EA Guingamp to Gladbach (€9 million)

24. Dominik Kohr, from Bayer Leverkusen to Eintracht Frankfurt (€8.5 million)

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

26. Edimilson Fernandes, from West Ham to Mainz (€7.5 million)

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

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

29. Daley Sinkgraven, from Ajax to Bayer 04 Leverkusen (€5 million)

30. Max Kruse, from Werder Bremen to Fenerbahce (free transfer)

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