Who does FC Bayern commit? Is there still something going on at Schalke? And what about on an international level: t-online summarizes all current information from the last hours before the transfer deadline.
The transfer window in Germany closes at 6 p.m. today. The clubs, including FC Bayern, are probably planning to sign players beforehand. And some footballers are sure to leave their club too.
But especially the record champions seem to strike again today. Various names are currently being played in connection with the club. Departures are also still possible.
Who is coming, who is going?
t-online presents you with the most exciting changes shortly before the transfer closess in the live ticker.
National player before moving to AC Milan
The Italian football magazine “Gazzetta dello Sport” reports that German national player 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.
Could change within Serie A: German Rome professional Antonio Rüdiger. (Source: Poolfoto / imago images)
New right-back for Schalke
Soccer player Klilian Ludewig was told by “Sky” reporter Dirk Große Schlarmann before Medical check discovered in Gelsenkirchen. If everything goes well during the test, the 20-year-old will switch from the English second division club FC Barnsley to S04. So far nothing is known about the exact modalities.
Leipzig shortly before the Kluivert deal
RB Leipzig is about to sign striker Justin Kluivert. This is reported by “Bild” and underpins the report with exclusive photos of Kluivert’s medical check-up.
Played in Italy last season: Justin Kluivert. (Source: Gribaudi / imago images)
The 21-year-old is the son of former world-class striker Patrick Kluivert and has previously played for AS Roma. The “Bild” also writes that if everything goes well, Kluivert should sign a one-year loan contract with RB. And the club should also have a purchase option.
Tuchel Club strikes on transfer market
Paris Saint-Germain on loan midfielder Danilo Pereira from FC Porto until the end of the season. As the French champion announced on Monday, he also has a purchase option for the 29-year-old. “Moving to one of the biggest clubs in Europe and the world is a success in my career,” said Pereira when signing his loan deal, 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 adding to their central defense. The 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 check at FC Bayern
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting has passed his medical check at FC Bayern, “Bild” reports. Accordingly, the change should soon be perfect. He should get the shirt number 13 at the record champions.
Will Werder grab a Klopp player?
Werder Bremen seem to have found a successor for Davy Klaassen, who is moving to Ajax Amsterdam.
In red: Marko Grujic could switch from Liverpool to Werder Bremen. (Source: GEPA pictures / imago images)
As the “Bild” and some English newspapers reported on Monday, the North Germans want to sign Marko Grujic from English soccer 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 / imago images)
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim strengthened their position shortly before the end of the transfer window with the English U21 international Ryan Sessegnon. The 20-year-old is on loan from London’s Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur for a year. Sessegnon can act both defensively and offensively on the left.
Frankfurt’s substitute goalkeeper Wiedwald moves to the Netherlands
Substitute goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald leaves Eintracht Frankfurt for the Dutch first division club FC Emmen. For the 30-year-old, who was originally under contract in Frankfurt until the end of the current season, the second episode at Eintracht ends.
Hertha lends talent to newcomers
According to “Kicker” information, U-21 national player Arne Maier is to be loaned to Bundesliga promoted Arminia Bielefeld. The 21-year-old, who is currently injured again at his knee, had recently expressed his wish to change because he had only had little time on the job.
Is Cuisance going back to France?
TV broadcaster “Sky” reports that Bayern professional Michaël Cuisance could be involved in the deal with Bouna Sarr from Olympique Marseille. Background: Bayern should try to sign right-back Sarr from Olympique Marseille in order to have an additional alternative in defense. Cuisance has only made a few appearances with the record champions and could go to Marseille in return.
Reports: capital club sign Arsenal professional
Soon on the ball in Berlin: The 21-year-old Frenchman Matteo Guendouzi is on loan from Arsenal FC to Hertha BSC. (Source: PS Images / imago images)
Hertha BSC grabbed midfielder Matteo Guendouzi from Arsenal FC. As the “Bild” reported on Monday, the capital city borrow the 21-year-old French for a year without an option to buy. The “kicker” has now confirmed this message. In addition, Eduard Löwen (23), who has been loaned to FC Augsburg, should return to Berlin early to compensate for Hertha problems in midfield. U-21 national player Arne Maier, on the other hand, is to be loaned to Bundesliga promoted Arminia Bielefeld. The 21-year-old, who is currently injured again at the knee, had recently expressed his wish to change because he had only had little time on the job.
Ex-Bayern star before returning to Munich
After the transfer from Callum Hudson-Odoi broke up, FC Bayern is about to sign an ex-player. Douglas Costa should face a return to the record champions, according to “Kicker”. This was “credibly transmitted” to the magazine from Italy.
Other transfers are also possible. The current transfer assessments for FC Bayern are available here: Transfer quake on the Isar.
Will Martinez stay with Bavaria?
Tomorrow it will probably be decided whether Javier Martinez will stay at Bayern. If it is up to coach Hansi Flick, the Spaniard will stay in Munich. “He is in our squad today, so I assume that he will also be in our squad after the international break,” said Flick before the 4-3 win against Hertha BSC on Sunday evening
There is still no agreement between Martinez’s club, FC Bayern, and his likely future employer, Athletic Bilbao. Martinez has been playing for Munich since 2012.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting is supposed to come to Munich
The “L’Equipe” reported a possible transfer of the former Hamburg, Mainz and Schalke to Bayern Munich. The 31-year-old was most recently under contract with Paris St. Germain and shot the eventual finalist with a goal in stoppage time against Atalanta Bergamo in the semi-finals of the Champions League.
Klaassen before leaving Bremen
Davy Klaassen from Bundesliga club Werder Bremen expects a return to Ajax Amsterdam in the transfer period until Monday. “I assume that it will work,” said the Dutchman on Sunday the online portal “deichstube.de”. “But I don’t want to cheer too early either, nothing is perfect yet.”
Both clubs are currently negotiating a transfer fee. The financially tight Bundesliga club is demanding between 13 and 15 million euros. Ajax did not want to pay that much so far. Two years earlier, Bremen had transferred roughly 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. That’s just the way it is, that’s why I want to go back,” said Klaassen.
Is Kramaric leaving Hoffenheim?
Twelve goals in the last five competitive games have allegedly brought Kramaric into Bayern’s sights. But coach Sebastian Hoeneß almost ruled out an exit to his former club. “I’m not worried about sleepless nights,” said Hoeness.