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Transfer ticker for Deadline Day: Frankfurt brings national players - Union Berlin signs Isco


The transfer period is coming to an end. The Bundesliga clubs can still sign or hand over players. The deadline day in the news ticker.

The transfer period is coming to an end.

The Bundesliga clubs can still sign or hand over players.

The Deadline Day in the news ticker.

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Update from January 31, 11:41 a.m .:

After Mario Götze, Eintracht Frankfurt also brings the next DFB national player from PSV Eindhoven.

The SGE initially committed Philipp Max on loan.

According to Sport 1, the Hessians also have a purchase option of around 2 million euros.

"With Philipp Max we gain an experienced defender who makes us even more variable and flexible for the numerous demanding tasks in the second half of the season," said SGE sports director Markus Krösche.

"With his skills and as a person, he fits perfectly into our team and we are happy that we have the option of being able to retain him for the long term."


Philipp Max during a training session with Borussia Mönchengladbach's Jonas Hofmann.

© Imago/Revierfoto

Deadline Day: The most important transfers at a glance


Old Club\t

new club

Fee/type of transfer

Philip Max

PSV Eindhoven

Eintracht Frankfurt



Arsenal FC

Norwich City


Thomas Delaney

FC Seville

TSG Hoffenheim


Nathaniel Mbuku

Stadium Reims

FC Augsburg

free transfer

Genki Haraguchi

Union Berlin

VfB Stuttgart


Weston McKennie




Maximilian Philip

VfL Wolfsburg

Werder Bremen


Anthony Gordon

Everton FC

Newcastle United


Alexis Tibidi

VfB Stuttgart



Julien Duranville

RSC Anderlecht

Borussia Dortmund


Malo Gusto

Olympique Lyon

Chelsea FC


John Anthony Brooks

Benfica Lisbon

TSG Hoffenheim


Ludovic Ajorque

Racing Strasbourg

1.FSV Mainz 05


Tim Skarke

Union Berlin

FC Schalke 04


Deadline Day: Jorginho moves from Arsenal to Chelsea – transfer insider shows Isco in the Union shirt

Update from January 31, 10:47 a.m .:

Arsenal FC probably uses Chelsea FC.

According to transfer insider Fabrizio Romano, the Gunners want to free Jorginho from the Blues.

Head coach Mikel Arteta is a big fan of the defensive midfielder.

Jorginho particularly caused a sensation in 2021 when he won both the Champions League and the European Championship.

Fabrizio Romano also posted a picture of Isco in the Union Berlin dress on his Instagram page.

The 30-year-old is scheduled to complete his medical check-up in Berlin today and will sign a contract with the Irons until 2024.

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A post shared by Fabrizio Romano (@fabriziorom)

Bundesliga transfer news: Bayer 04 Leverkusen very interested in Borna Sosa from VfB Stuttgart

Update from January 31, 9.40 a.m .:

Bayer 04 Leverkusen is serious about the race for Stuttgart’s Borna Sosa.

According to information from Sky reporter Alexander Bonengel, VfB rejected the first offer of 10 million euros.

The Werkself are still looking for reinforcements at left-back.

The Croatian international had already toyed with a move in the summer, but the deal failed several times due to the high transfer fee.

Meanwhile, another sensational transfer continues to take shape.

In the night of January 31, five-time Champions League winner Isco landed in Berlin.

According to information from transfer expert Florian Plettenberg, the 30-year-old has signed a contract with 1. FC Union until 2024.


Does it work this time with his change?

Bayer 04 Leverkusen are interested in VfB Stuttgart's Borna Sosa.

© Imago/Press photo Baumann

Bundesliga transfer sensation: Union Berlin brings Spanish five-time Champions League winner Isco

Update from January 30, 10:30 p.m .:

Union Berlin apparently manages a real sensational obligation shortly before the end of the transfer.

As Sky reporter Florian Plettenberg writes on Twitter, the capital city signs the Spanish superstar Isco.

"It's unbelievable, but true: Isco joins Union!" explains Plettenberg, who is considered a transfer expert.

FC Sevilla terminated the contract with the now 30-year-old midfielder shortly before Christmas.

Isco had played for Real Madrid between 2013 and summer 2022, won the Spanish championship three times and the Champions League pot five times with the "Royal".

This is a real transfer hammer!


Multiple Champions League winner: Isco as a Real Madrid player.


From Venice to Sampdoria Exactly: ex-Bayern player Michael Cuisance moves to Serie A

Update from January 30, 9:30 p.m .:

The former Bayern player

Michael Cuisance is moving from Serie B to Serie A in Italy. The 23-year-old Frenchman is once again playing in the top-class.

Cuisance switched to Venice FC in early 2022 after two and a half unsuccessful years in Munich.

With the footballers from the Adriatic coast, the midfielder could not hold the first Italian league.

Sampdoria Genoa is now loaning him out and bringing him back to them.

The Ligurian club is in the middle of a relegation battle.

Bayern signed Cuisance from Gladbach in the summer of 2019 for a reported eight million euros.


Moves from Venice to Genoa: Ex-Munich Michael Cuisance (2nd from right).

© IMAGO / NurPhoto

Thomas Delaney returns to the Bundesliga: Hoffenheim borrows ex-BVB professional

Update from January 30, 7:18 p.m .:

Thomas Delaney’s return to the Bundesliga is now perfect!

TSG Hoffenheim has secured the services of the Danish national player until the end of the season.

The Kraichgauers are loaning the 31-year-old midfielder from Sevilla FC.

"I'm happy to be here in Hoffenheim and back in the Bundesliga," said Delaney, who has also played for Werder Bremen and Borussia Dortmund: "I want to do my part to ensure that we as TSG are successful again."

Transfer rumor: FC Bayern Munich takes Manchester City star – SGE uses Eindhoven

Update from January 30, 2:52 p.m .:

Eintracht Frankfurt takes


information according to Philipp Max from the Eredivise.

According to the report, the left-back is said to be loaned out and is even said to be waiving salary.

Max could compete on the left with Ansgar Knauff, who will return to Borussia Dortmund in the summer.

After Mario Götze, the 29-year-old would be the second SBU transfer from Eindhoven in a very short time.

In the new year, Max only got 130 of 450 minutes of play.

At PSV, the left-back made the breakthrough to become a national player, but was not considered by national coach Hansi Flick for the World Cup.

In the Bundesliga, Max was particularly convincing at FC Augsburg as an impressive crosser.

In the 2017/18 season he had 13 assists - only Thomas Müller had more.

And FC Bayern is also strengthening the full-back position.

Joao Cancelo is set to come to the Isar on loan from Manchester City.


Soon in the SGE jersey?

Philipp Max (3 internationals) is about to move to Frankfurt.

© Imago/Revierfoto

Transfer news: Isco flirts with Bundesliga high-flyers

First report from January 30, 1:26 p.m.:

Munich – who is coming?

Who is going?

Shortly before the end of the transfer period, the rumor mill is boiling up.

On Deadline Day, January 31st, the top European clubs can make final corrections to the squad.

And the 18 Bundesliga clubs are also pondering one or the other transfer.

What has happened so far: FC Bayern brings summer - Borussia Dortmund brings mega talent from Belgium

The obvious gaps in the squad have already been filled and the first changes in personnel have been made.

FC Bayern brought Yann Sommer to the Isar after Neuer's injury.

Gladbach responded by transferring Jonas Omlin.

The new foal keeper came from Ligue 1 for 9 million euros as a replacement for the long-standing number 1.

And the other Bundesliga clubs have already had to react.

Borussia Dortmund paid 7.5million for 16-year-old Julien Duranville and secured the services of Union Berlin's Julian Ryerson.

They then summarily conjured Josip Juranovic out of the hat.

The national player of Croatia could not remain the only transfer hammer of the Iron in winter.


Soon in the jersey of the iron?

A move from Spain's superstar Isco to Union Berlin could be the surprise transfer of the winter.

© Imago/Pressinphoto

Transfer news: Will Union Berlin bring Isco on Deadline Day?

The surprise team of the first half of the season is apparently flirting with Isco's commitment.

"We're second in the table now, so players who didn't deal with us three or four years ago are now also dealing with our club," said Union President Dirk Zingler.

On Instagram, the Köpenicker players now fueled the rumor as a joke.

"This victory is Isco for you," wrote captain Christopher Trimmel.

And the Spanish megastar responded to the post with a bicep emoji.

A funny chat – or is there something behind it?

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A post shared by Christopher Trimmel (@christopher_trimmel28)

Transfer madness in the Premier League: Chelsea FC before the next million deal

While the Bundesliga clubs have hardly spent any money so far, the Premier League is once again flexing its muscles.

Leeds United just signed Georginio Rutter from TSG Hoffenheim for 28 million euros, making it the most expensive sale in the Bundesliga this transfer window.

Peanuts compared to national competition.

Chelsea FC alone has spent well over 200 million euros so far, more than all other top European leagues combined.

Thomas Tuchel's former club brought a total of eight new players to Stamford Bridge and with the signing of Mykhaylo Mudryk provided the transfer hammer of the winter.

According to media reports, the Ukrainian can bring Shaktar Donetsk 100 million euros with bonuses.

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Winter transfer phase 2023: Bundesliga deadline ends on January 31 at 6 p.m

With Argentina's World Cup hero Enzo Fernandez and Lyon's Malo Gusto, the Blues probably want to pull through two more mega transfers before Deadline Day.

The 19-year-old full-back is on the verge of a €30m transfer to Chelsea.

By the night of February 1st at the latest we will know how the transfer madness in Europe ended.

The German teams have to register their newcomers by 6 p.m. on Deadline Day (January 31).

There is still enough time for one or the other miracle transfer.

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Source: merkur

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