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Top 30 Bundesliga transfers that happened during January

By Laura Brandt

Here are the 30 most remarkable Bundesliga transfers that were announced in January.

Matheus Cunha joined Hertha from RB Leipzig.
Matheus Cunha joined Hertha from RB Leipzig. Photo: GEPA Pictures/Gabor Krieg

Krzysztof Piatek, from Hertha BSC to AC Milan, €27 million

Lucas Tousart, from Olympique Lyon to Hertha BSC (re-joined Lyon on loan until the summer), €25 million


Paco Alcacer, from Borussia Dortmund to Villarreal CF, €23 million

Dani Olmo, from Dinamo Zagreb to RB Leipzig, €20 million

Erling Haaland, from RB Salzburg to Borussia Dortmund, €20 million

Julian Weigl, from Borussia Dortmund to Benfica, €20 million

Edmond Tapsoba, from Guimaraes to Bayer Leverkusen, €18 million

Exequiel Palacios, from River Plate to Bayer Leverkusen, €17 million

Matheus Cunha, from RB Leipzig to Hertha BSC, €15 million

Munas Dabbur, from Sevilla to Hoffenheim, €12 million

Diego Demme, from RB Leipzig to Napoli, €12 million

Marin Pongracic, from RB Salzburg to VfL Wolfsburg, €10 million

Jacob Bruun Larsen, from Borussia Dortmund to Hoffenheim, €10 million

Santiago Ascacibar, from Stuttgart to Hertha BSC, €10 million

Jean-Clair Todibo, from FC Barcelona to Schalke 04, loan, €1.5 million

Nabil Bentaleb, from Schalke 04 to Newcastle, loan, €1 million

Emre Can, from Juventus to Borussia Dortmund, loan, €1 million

Kevin Vogt, from Hoffenheim to Werder Bremen, loan, €750.000

Michael Gregoritsch, from Augsburg to Schalke 04, loan, €500.000

Steven Skrzybski, from Schalke to Fortuna Düsseldorf, loan, €200.000

Angelino, from Manchester City to RB Leipzig, loan

Davie Selke, from Hertha BSC to Werder Bremen, loan

Dejan Joveljic, from Eintracht Frankfurt to RSC Anderlecht, loan

Alvaro Odriozola, from Real Madrid to Bayern München, loan

Ondrej Duda, from Hertha BSC to Norwich City, loan

Eduard Löwen, from Hertha BSC to Augsburg, loan

Mark Uth, from Schalke 04 FC Köln, loan

Yunus Malli, from Wolfsburg to Union Berlin, loan

Mathias Zanka Jørgensen, from Fenerbahce to Fortuna Düsseldorf, loan

Alex Nübel, from Schalke 04 to Bayern München (in the summer of 2020), free transfer

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