Bayern have had a relatively quiet transfer window with Leon Goretzka being their only signing on a free transfer from Schalke while Gnabry and Renato Sanches return from their loan stints elsewhere. They signed talented Canadian youngster Alphonso Davies but he will join in the winter. Douglas Costa joins Juventus on a permanent transfer while Arturo Vidal was sold to Barcelona
Pretty busy window with plenty of players coming in: Mark Uth (Hoffenheim), Suat Serdar (Mainz), Omar Mascarell (Real Madrid), Salif Sane (Hannover), Hamza Mendyl (Lille) and Steven Skrzybski (Union Berlin). They lost two players on free transfers (Goretzka to Bayern and Meyer to Crystal Palace) while getting rid of some of their older players like Howedes who goes to Russia and Coke who returns to Spain. Their big departure in terms of money is young defender Thilo Kehrer who joins PSG for 37m euros
Well traveled Ishak Belfodil returns to the BL and signs with Hoffenheim with other players such as Bittencourt (Koln), Grifo (Gladbach) and Adams (Young Boys) joining. They haven't really lost too much other than Mark Uth going to Schalke on a free. They managed to keep Kramaric and sign him to an extension
Dortmund spent quite a bit of money this summer and in the meantime got rid of some of their dead weight. Incoming are Abdou Diallo (Mainz), Thomas Delaney (Bremen), Axel Witsel (China), Marius Wolf (Frankfurt), Marwin Hitz (Augsburg), Achraf Hachimi (Real Madrid; loan). They managed to offload Yarmolenko to West Ham for about 20m euros while also selling Sokratis and Merino to the EPL. Also leaving are Gonzalo Castro, Andre Schurrle and Erik Durm
Their two big money signings are Brazilian teenager Paulinho from Vasco de Gama and Mitchell Weiser from Hertha. Also joining the club are Swedish international Isaac Thelin (Anderlecht), Lukas Hradecky (Frankfurt) while Dragovic returns to the club after a relatively unsuccessful loan stint at Leicester. Only notable sale was Bernd Leno to Arsenal while Stefan Kiessling has retired
RB Leipzig continue to buy young, all three of their money signings under the age of 20 with the most promising being Brazilian forward Matheus Cunha from Swiss football. They also signed Nordi Mukiele (Montpellier) and Marcelo Saracchi (River Plate). Their big sale was Naby Keita which was announced a while ago to Liverpool. They also sold Bernardo to Brighton. None of the other players they sold were really key first team players
Stuttgart were busy bringing in players and did most of their job early. Pablo Maffeo (Man City youth), Nicolas Gonzalez (Argentinos Juniors), Borna Sosa (Dinamo Zagreb), Gonzalo Castro (Dortmund), Daniel Didavi (Wolfsburg), Marc Kemph (Freiburg) all joined the club. However they sold Daniel Ginczek in a big money move to Wolfsburg, nobody else of note was really sold
Mexican international Carlos Salcedo was made permanent from Chivas. Also incoming are N'Dicka (Auxerre), Torro (Real Madrid), Paciencia (Porto), Ronnow (Brondby), Kostic (HSV), Wolf (Hannover), Geraldes (Sporting), Allan (Liverpool), Wiedwald (Leeds), Muller (HSV). They made Rebic finally permanent and managed to stray off some foreign interest from him after a good World Cup. They lost quite a bit of players and mostly on frees: Wolf (Dortmund), Mascarell (Real Madrid), Barkok (Fortuna), Boateng (Sassuolo), Hradecky (Leverkusen)
Their big signing is Alassane Plea from Nice for about 23m and also joining is Swiss international Michael Lang from Basel. As expected, Vestergaard leaves the club and was sold to Southampton while they also sold Grifo (Hoffenheim) and Bobadilla who returns to South America.
Valentino Lazaro was made permanent from RB Salzburg while they also bring in Serbian international Marko Grujic on loan from Liverpool. Sold Weiser to Leverkusen, Haraguchi to Hannover and Schieber left on a free to Augsburg
Davy Klassen was their big money signing from Everton where he didn't really pan out. They also bring in veteran Martin Harnik from Hannover. Claudio Pizzaro returns to the club though not sure what much he can offer still. Also arriving is Osako (Koln), Beijmo (Djurgardens), Kapino (Nottingham Forest). They sold Thomas Delaney to Dortmund but their other losses weren't really key first team players.
Andre Hahn returns to the club after getting relegated with HSV. They sign Scheiber on a free from Hertha, Frederik Jensen from Twente and Felix Gotze from Bayern II. Their big loss was keeper Marwin Hitz who left for Dortmund on a free, they also sold Leitner to Norwich City. Heller, Kacar, Opare, Usami all leave the club either going abroad or to second division clubs
Walace (HSV), Haraguchi (Hertha), Wimmer (Stoke, loan), Wood (HSV, loan), Asano (Arsenal, loan) all arrive, nothing too impressive. They sold Sane to Schalke while they also lost Klaus (Wolfsburg), Harnik (Bremen), Wolf (Frankfurt)
Signed mostly youngsters from abroad: Mateta (Lyon), Kunde (Atletico Madrid), Niakhate (Metz), Martin (Espanyol, loan). Sold Diallo to Dortmund for 22m while also leaving were Muto (Newcastle), Serdar (Schalke), Lossl (Huddersfield), Kodro (Copenhagen), Balogun (Brighton) and de Jong (Al-Ahli)
Freiburg mostly feasted on the relegated clubs spending a total of 8m on Waldschmidt (HSV) and Heintz (Koln). Young Austrian Philipp Lienhart was made permanent from Real Madrid B. Their big sale was Caglar Soyuncu to Arsenal for 21-22m euros but their also lost Kempf to Stuttgart, none of their other losses were too notable
Spent a lot in the hope they aren't again involved in a relegation scrap. Their big signings were Daniel Ginczek (Stuttgart) and Wout Weghorst (AZ Alkmaar) while making Marcel Tisserand a permanent signing from Ingolstadt. Also coming in are Roussillon (Montpellier) and Klaus (Hannover). Didavi was their only notable player which left as he goes to Stuttgart
Brought in a bunch of BL veterans without spending too much money. Arriving at the club are Duksch (St. Pauli), Raman (Standard Liege), Zimmer (Stuttgart), Barkok (Frankfurt), Karaman (Hannover), Stoger (Bochum), Morales (Ingolstadt), Usami (Augsburg, loan), Contento (Bordeaux). They didn't sell any key player from their promotion campaign
As of now Nurnberg have barely spent more than 1.2m euros, their most expensive signing was HSV goalkeeper Christian Mathenia for 500K. Yuya Kubo will hope to bang in the goals as he arrives from Gent on loan.
German window is still open until August 31 but most of the other European windows are closed so don't expect many big moves. The big rumor is Dortmund still trying to sign a striker with Paco Alcacer (Barcelona) being the most likely with others such as Aboubakar and Origi being mentioned.