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Top 25 Bundesliga transfers of the summer so far

By Rune Gjerulff

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

Leroy Sané.
Leroy Sané.Photo: Granada, CC-by-SA 4.0

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

Leroy Sané, from Manchester City to Bayern München, €49 million

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

Hee-chan Hwang, from RB Salzburg to RB Leipzig, €9 million

Felix Uduokhai, from Wolfsburg to Augsburg, €7 million (loan made permanent)

Leonardo Bittencourt, from Hoffenheim to Werder Bremen, €7 million (loan made permanent)

Ömer Toprak, from Borussia Dortmund to Werder Bremen, €3.5 million (loan made permanent)

Josep Martinez, from Las Palmas to RB Leipzig, €2 million

Lennart Grill, from Kaiserslautern to Leverkusen, €2 million

Ragnar Ache, from Sparta Rotterdam to Eintracht Frankfurt, €2 million

Wataru Endo, from Sint-Truiden to VfB Stuttgart, €1.7 million (loan made permanent)

Marius Bülter, from Magdeburg to Union Berlin, €1.5 million (loan made permanent)

Pascal Stenzel, from Freiburg to Stuttgart, €1.3 million (loan made permanent)

Daniel Caligiuri, from Schalke 04 to Augsburg, free transfer

Rafal Gikiewicz, from Union Berlin to Augsburg, free transfer

Tobias Strobl, from Gladbach to Augsburg, free transfer

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

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

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

Niko Gießelmann, from Fortuna Düsseldorf to Union Berlin, free transfer

Sebastian Griesbeck, from FC Heidenheim to Union Berlin, free transfer

Felix Agu, from VfL Osnabrück to Werder Bremen, free transfer

Salomon Kalou, from Hertha BSC to Botafogo

Benjamin Henrichs, from AS Monaco to RB Leipzig, loan

Ronael Pierre-Gabriel, from Mainz to Stade Brest, loan

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