Transfer Bundesliga: Bayern Strengthen Each line, Dortmund • Fill Sectors Home

Transfer Bundesliga: Bayern Strengthen Each line, Dortmund • Fill Sectors Home

Transfer Bundesliga: Bayern Strengthen Each line, Dortmund • Fill Sectors Home

Jakarta – The summer transfer window has officially closed. In the Bundesliga, the defending champions Bayern Munich appear quite active in shopping for players to strengthen the team.

Bayern, the Bundesliga champions last two seasons, adding ammunition to navigate the new season by signing a number of players starting from the bottom of the crossbar to the cutting edge. Just mention the name of goalkeeper Pepe Reina, defender Juan Bernat and Mehdi Benatia, midfielder Xabi Alonso and Sebastian Rode, and forward Robert Lewandowski.

While Borussia Dortmund, the last two seasons so had to settle for runnerup despite two seasons before it was able to be a champion, do not want to lose shape. Along with the departure Lewandowski, Dortmund has been trying to patch up front. Of the six players brought, three of whom are Ciro Immobile ie forward, Adrian Ramos, and Ji DongWon. The return of Shinji Kagawa is also expected to provide the creativity in the midfield creativity sector.

In the summer transfer period itself Bundesliga clubs called BBC has spent a total of 250 million pounds.

Here’s a list of the Bundesliga transfer this summer based on the position on the board last season, starting with the defending champion Bayern and ends with two club promotion, as reported by the official website of the Bundesliga.

1 FC Bayern München
Login: Pepe Reina (Liverpool FC), Juan Bernat (Valencia CF), Robert Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund), Sebastian Rode (Eintracht Frankfurt), Mehdi Benatia (AS Roma), Xabi Alonso (Real Madrid CF), Sinan Kurt (Borussia Monchengladbach )

Exit: Julian Green (Hamburger SV, loan), Diego Contento (FC Girondins de Bordeaux), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid CF), Mario Mandzukic (Club Atlético de Madrid), Daniel van Buyten (removable), Alessandro Schopf (FC Nürnberg) , Luke Raeder (Vitoria Setubal FC)