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Top 30 Bundesliga transfers ahead of the 2020/21 season

By Rune Gjerulff

We take a look at the most remarkable transfers involving Bundesliga clubs of the summer transfer window until now.

Leroy Sané (left) is back in the Bundesliga.
Leroy Sané (left) is back in the Bundesliga.Photo: Steffen Prößdorf, CC BY-SA 4.0

Kai Havertz, from Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea (€80 million)


Timo Werner, from RB Leipzig to Chelsea (€53 million)

Leroy Sané, from Manchester City to Bayern München (€45 million)

Jude Bellingham, from Birmingham City to Borussia Dortmund (€26.5 million)

Patrik Schick, from AS Roma to Bayer Leverkusen (€26.5 million)

Lucas Tousart, from Olympique Lyon to Hertha BSC (€25 million, return from loan)


Kevin Volland, from Bayer Leverkusen to AS Monaco (€15.5 million)

Luca Waldschmidt, from Freiburg to Benfica (€15 million)

Hee-chan Hwang, from RB Salzburg to RB Leipzig (€15 million)

Robin Koch, from Freiburg to Leeds United (€13 million)

André Silva, from AC Milan to Frankfurt (€9 million, loan made permanent)

Philipp Max, from Augsburg to PSV Eindhoven (€8 million)

Alexander Schwolow, from Freiburg to Hertha BSC (€8 million)

Maxence Lacroix, from Scohaux to Wolfsburg (€5 million)

Bartosz Bialek, from Zaglebio Lubin to Wolfsburg (€5 million)

Weston McKennie, from Schalke 04 to Juventus, loan (€4.5 million)

Valdemar Anton, from Stuttgart til Hannover 96 (€4 million)

Ermedin Demirovic, from Alaves to Freiburg (€3.7 million)

Mijat Gacinovic, from Frankfurt to Hoffenheim (€3 million)

Steven Zuber, from Hoffenheim to Frankfurt, €3 million)

Hannes Wolf, from RB Leipzig to Gladbach (loan, €1.5 million)

Valentino Lazaro, from Inter to Gladbach (loan, €1.2 million)

Guus Til, from Spartak Moscow to Freiburg (loan, €900,000)

Thomas Meunier, from Paris Saint-Germain to Borussia Dortmund (free transfer)

Alexander Nübel, from Schalke 04 to Bayern München (free transfer)

Tanguy Nianzou, from Paris Saint-Germain to Bayern München (free transfer)

Max Kruse, from Fenerbahce to Union Berlin (free transfer)

Reinier, from Real Madrid to Borussia Dortmund (loan)

Benjamin Henrichs, from AS Monaco to RB Leipzig (loan)

Angelino, from Manchester City to RB Leipzig (loan extended)


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