FC Bayern returned to the transfer market shortly before the end of the transfer period. And there was also something going on in Berlin: Chillreport collected all the information from the last hours before the transfer deadline.
The transfer window in Germany closed at 6 PM today. The clubs, including FC Bayern, planned to attract players – and followed their words with action.
Chillreport presents you the most exciting changes in the live ticker.
Cuisance leaves FC Bayern on loan
After his recent unsuccessful move to Leeds United, Michael Cuisance is leaving FC Bayern for France. The 21-year-old midfielder completed the medical check-up at Olympique Marseille on Monday. The Munich team reached a lease with the French first division football club.
Last week Cuisance fell through medical scrutiny when Premier League promoted Leeds, and the planned move backfired. There was talk of a transfer fee of approximately 20 million euros. At first nothing was known about the exact terms of the proposed deal with Marseille.
Hertha brings Guendouzi and Alderete
Hertha BSC again upgraded their squad shortly before the transfer window closed. The Berliners announced the change of midfielder Matteo Guendouzi and defender Omar Alderete to the Spree on Monday.
Frenchman Guendouzi is on loan from Arsenal for one year, the 21-year-old can play in central and defensive midfield. Center defender Alderete (23) comes over from FC Basel, while the Paraguayan national player has signed “a multi-year contract” with Hertha.
“With Matteo Guendouzi, we have a player who, despite his young age, with his experience in nearly 60 Premier League games, makes our midfield even more flexible,” said CEO Michael Preetz. Alderete is “an intelligent player with a good development game, he will also strengthen our defense with his robustness.”
Defender Karim Rekik (25) has left Berlin in the meantime, the Dutchman moves to Europa League winner FC Sevilla.
Third transfer from Bayern resolved: right back Sarr is from Marseille
FC Bayern has signed right back Bouna Sarr from Olympique Marseille and thus made another acquisition shortly before the end of the transfer. As the German record champion announced on Monday, the 28-year-old was given a four-year contract in Munich until 2024. “For me, a dream come true,” the Frenchman quoted in the club announcement.
Change perfectly: Marseilles Bouna Sarr now plays for Bayern and will get a contract until summer 2024. (Source: PanoramiC / imago images)
Sarr must solve the bottleneck in the right-back position, on which world champion Benjamin Pavard is currently under heavy burden. An amount of ten million euros was speculated as a transfer fee; Bayern has not provided any information about the transfer terms.
Schalke 04 brings Ludewig
Schalke 04 has loaned junior international Kilian Ludewig. The 20-year-old was last loaned to FC Barnsley from RB Salzburg. Ludewig knows the new Schalke coach Manuel Baum from his time as a junior coach at the DFB. “I know Kilian very well and I am sure he will help us immediately,” said Baum. “Kilian has everything a Bundesliga right back needs.” Ludewig stated that he was “happy to be able to work with him again”.
National player Sebastian Rudy recently helped in Ludewig’s position. Schalke’s team again awarded the midfielder to competition rival 1899 Hoffenheim on Monday.
Kluivert is moving perfectly to Leipzig
RB Leipzig has contracted Justin Kluivert. The club confirmed this on Monday afternoon
Played in Italy last season: Justin Kluivert. (Source: Gribaudi / Image Images)
The 21-year-old is the son of former world-class striker Patrick Kluivert and previously played for AS Roma. The Dutchman is on loan for a year.
VfB brings French talent
VfB Stuttgart signed another talent shortly before the end of the transfer period. 18-year-old Frenchman Naouirou Ahamada is on loan from Juventus Turin to VfB, the Bundesliga club announced on Monday. The midfielder will receive a contract with the Swabians until June 30, 2021, after which VfB has a purchase option.
Perfect return: Bayern brings Douglas Costa from Turin
The Brazilian Douglas Costa returns to Bayern. The winger, who played for the German record champion from 2015 to 2017, is on loan from Juventus Turin this season. The 30-year-old moved from Munich to the traditional Italian club three years ago and has celebrated the championship there every season since.
Costa, who has scored 14 goals in 77 competitive appearances for Bayern, is the fourth man for the Bayern wings after Serge Gnabry, Leroy Sané and Kingsley Coman. The 17-year-old Jamal Musiala can be used for that. “Douglas will strengthen us on the outdoor courts that are important to our game,” sports director Hasan Salihamidzic said, according to a statement on Monday. “Douglas knows FC Bayern and will soon find his way.”
Douglas Costa returns to Bayern. (Source: Christian Schroedter / Image Images)
The Munich had once captured Shakhtar Donetsk’s Costa for around 23 million euros, when he moved Bayern grabbed a good 40 million. In Turin, the 31-time international was often only second choice. “I am very happy to be able to play for FC Bayern again. I had a great time in Munich with many successes and I am sure that we will now win titles again,” said Costa.
Back to Ajax: Klaassen leaves Bremen
The change is perfect: Werder captain Davy Klaassen leaves Bremen and returns to Ajax Amsterdam. Werder announced this on its website on Monday. Both clubs agreed on a change.
Bielefeld borrows Herthas Maier
Bundesliga promoted Arminia Bielefeld has loaned midfielder Arne Maier from competitor Hertha BSC until the end of the season. The 21-year-old is said to collect competition training in East Westphalia. Maier had previously extended his contract with the capital club.
FC Bayern signs Choupo-Moting
Bayern Munich confirmed a new commitment shortly before the end of the transfer. As the German record champion announced on Monday afternoon, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, who was previously in the Bundesliga, is moving from Champions League finalist Paris St. Germain to Isar. The 31-year-old striker gets a contract until the end of the season.
As the German record champion announced Monday afternoon, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting is moving from Paris St. Germain to the Isar. (Source: Sven Simon / image images)
“I am happy that we have been able to sign Eric. He gives our team depth in the offensive, especially in the center, what we need,” sports director Hasan Salihamidzic said about the free transfer. Choupo-Moting added that “it was a great feeling to return to the Bundesliga – and then to Germany’s biggest club. It is an honor to play for this club”.
Born in Hamburg, he started his professional career with Hamburger SV, after which he played in the Bundesliga for 1. FC Nürnberg, Mainz 05 and Schalke 04. As a youth player, Choupo-Moting still wore the jersey of the DFB U-teams. He later chose the Cameroon national team, for which he played 49 times (14 goals) so far.
Hoffenheim brings Rudy back
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim has loaned his record player Sebastian Rudy from competition rival FC Schalke 04, just like last season. season. “We are very pleased with Sebastian’s return. His routine, technical skills and tactical insight will make us better,” said Alexander Rosen, director of professional football. “We all know what we have about him, both in terms of sport and character.”
Rudy, who wore the shirt of the DFB selection 29 times, played on loan for Hoffenheim from 2010 to 2017 and in the preseason. His contract with Schalke 04 runs until the summer of 2022.
Curious loan from ex-national team
After Ryan Seesegnon, Sebastian Rudy is now also switching to TSG Hoffenheim. This reports the “Bild”. The former national player Rudy is therefore on loan from FC Schalke and would have to forgo a salary of three million euros. The remaining three million euros annual salary must therefore be paid to Schalke. TSG gets away with the Rudy case with almost no staff costs, “Bild reports.”
Ex-Stuttgart Baumgartl before moving to Fulham
Central defender Timo Baumgartl of the Dutch premier league PSV Eindhoven apparently moves to the Eredivisie club FC Fulham. The 24-year-old completed a medical check-up in London on Monday, according to compelling press reports.
Baumgartl could not compete for a permanent place at PSV under trainer Roger Schmidt, his contract in Eindhoven runs until 2024. The ex-Stuttgart is the first to be loaned out.
Rüdiger before moving to AC Milan
Italian football magazine “Gazzetta dello Sport” reports that German international Antonio Rüdiger is about to move to AC Milan. Accordingly, Roma legend Francesco Totti advises the defender and is said to have offered him there.
May move to Serie A: German Chelsea professional Antonio Rüdiger. (Source: Polar photo / image images)
New right back for Schalke
Footballer Klilian Ludewig was previously told by “Sky” reporter Dirk Große Schlarmann Medical check discovered in Gelsenkirchen. If everything goes well in the test, the 20-year-old will switch from the English second division FC Barnsley to S04. Until now nothing is known about the exact modalities.
Leipzig shortly before the deal with Kluivert
RB Leipzig is about to sign striker Justin Kluivert. That reports “Bild” and substantiates the report with exclusive photos of Kluivert’s medical examination.
Played in Italy last season: Justin Kluivert. (Source: Gribaudi / Image Images)
The 21-year-old is the son of former world-class striker Patrick Kluivert and previously played for AS Roma. De “Bild” continues to write that if all goes well, Kluivert should sign a one-year loan contract with RB. And the club must also have a purchase option.
Tuchel Club hits the transfer market
Paris Saint-Germain is on loan to FC Porto midfielder Danilo Pereira until the end of the season. As the French champion announced on Monday, he will also be given a buy option for the 29-year-old. “Moving to one of the biggest clubs in Europe and the world has been a success in my career,” Pereira said when signing his lease, according to a PSG press release. “I hope I can bring a lot to Paris and its supporters.”
Next newcomer for Hertha BSC?
“Sport1” reports that Hertha BSC is contributing to their central defense. 23-year-old Omar Alderete is said to be on loan from FC Basel. Karim Rekik is therefore about to move to Sevilla FC.
Report: Choupo-Moting passes the medical examination at FC Bayern
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting has passed his medical examination at FC Bayern, “Bild” reports. Accordingly, the change should be perfect soon. He should get shirt number 13 with the record champions.
Will Werder take a Klopp player?
Werder Bremen seems to have found a successor for Davy Klaassen, who is moving to Ajax Amsterdam.
In red: Marko Grujic could transfer from Liverpool to Werder Bremen. (Source: GEPA Images / Image Images)
As the “Bild” and some English newspapers reported on Monday, the North Germans want to sign Marko Grujic of the English football champions Liverpool FC. The Bundesliga club was interested in the 24-year-old midfielder last summer.
Hoffenheim borrows Sessegnon from Tottenham
Shortly before the end of the transfer period, TSG Hoffenheim strengthened itself with the English U21 international Ryan Sessegnon. The 20-year-old midfielder is on loan from London Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur for a year. (Source: Sportimage / Image Images)
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim strengthened their position shortly before the end of the transfer window with England U21 international Ryan Sessegnon. The 20-year-old is on loan for a year by the London Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur. Sessegnon can act both defensively and offensively on the left.
The substitute from Frankfurt, Wiedwald, moves to the Netherlands
Substitute goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald leaves Eintracht Frankfurt for the Dutch first division FC Emmen. For the 30-year-old, who was originally under contract in Frankfurt until the end of the current season, the second episode ends on Eintracht.
Hertha lends talent to newcomers
According to “Kicker” information, U-21 player Arne Maier is on loan to Bundesliga newly promoted Arminia Bielefeld. The 21-year-old, who is currently injured again in the knee, had recently expressed a desire to change because he had limited time on the court.
Is Cuisance going back to France?
TV broadcaster “Sky” reports that Bayern professional Michaël Cuisance could be involved in the deal with Olympique Marseille’s Bouna Sarr. Background: Bayern should try to sign Olympique Marseille right back Sarr to have an extra alternative in defense. Cuisance only played with the record champions a few times and could go to Marseille in return.
Reports: Capital club signs Arsenal professional
Soon on the ball in Berlin: 21-year-old Frenchman Matteo Guendouzi is on loan from Arsenal FC to Hertha BSC. (Source: PS Images / Image Images)
Hertha BSC took midfielder Matteo Guendouzi from Arsenal FC. As the ‘Bild’ reported on Monday, the capital loaned the 21-year-old Frenchman for a year without a purchase option. The “kicker” has since confirmed this message. In addition, Eduard Löwen (23), who is on loan to FC Augsburg, must return to Berlin early to make up for Hertha’s problems in midfield. U-21 player Arne Maier, on the other hand, is loaned to newly promoted Bundesliga Arminia Bielefeld. The 21-year-old, who is currently injured again in the knee, had recently expressed a desire to change because he had limited time on the court.
Ex-Bayern star before returning to Munich
After Callum Hudson-Odoi’s transfer fell apart, FC Bayern are about to sign an ex-player. Douglas Costa should expect a return to the record champions, according to “Kicker”. This was “credibly relayed” to the magazine from Italy.
Other transfers are also possible. The current transfer ratings for FC Bayern can be found here: Transfer earthquake on the Isar.
Will Martinez stay with Bavaria?
It will probably be decided tomorrow whether Javier Martinez will stay with Bayern. If it is up to coach Hansi Flick, the Spaniard will stay in Munich. “He’s in our squad today, so I assume he’ll be in our squad even after the international break,” Flick said on Sunday evening before the 4: 3 win against Hertha BSC.
There is still no agreement between Martinez’s club, FC Bayern, and its likely future employer, Athletic Bilbao. Martinez has been playing for Munich since 2012.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting was to come to Munich
The “L’Equipe” reported a possible transfer from the former Hamburg, Mainz and Schalke to Bayern Munich. The 31-year-old was last under contract with Paris St. Germain and shot the eventual finalist in injury time with a goal against Atalanta Bergamo in the semi-finals of the Champions League.
Klaassen before leaving Bremen
Davy Klaassen of Bundesliga club Werder Bremen expects a return to Ajax Amsterdam in the transfer period up to and including Monday. “I assume that it will work,” said the Dutchman on the online portal “deichstube.de” on Sunday. “But I don’t want to cheer too soon, nothing is perfect yet.”
Both clubs are currently negotiating a transfer fee. The financially tight Bundesliga club demands between 13 and 15 million euros. Ajax did not want to pay that much until now. Two years earlier, Bremen had transferred about the same amount to Everton FC. Klaassen was Werder’s record purchase. But now the 27-year-old midfielder wants to play again for his ex-club, for which he was active until 2017. “Ajax is my club. It is the way it is, that’s why I want to go back”, Klaassen said.
Is Kramaric leaving Hoffenheim?
Twelve goals in the last five competitive games have reportedly put Kramaric in Bayern’s crosshairs. But coach Sebastian Hoeneß almost ruled out an exit to his old club. “I’m not worried about sleepless nights,” said Hoeness.