Munich - The January transfer window has slammed shut and several Bundesliga clubs to make some last-minute additions to their squads.

bundesliga.com's LIVE transfer ticker kept abreast of developments throughout the day...

+++ Former West Bromwich Albion FC forward Somen Tchoyi has joined FC Augsburg on a free transfer. The Cameroonian international has agreed terms until the end of the season, with the option to extend.

+++ Bundesliga strugglers 1899 Hoffenheim moved just before the 18:00 deadline to seal a deal for Tottenham Hotspur FC goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes. The three-time Brazilian international joins on loan until the end of the season.

+++ VfB Stuttgart have signed midfielder Alexandru Maxim from Romanian top-flight outfit Pandurii Targu Jiu on a contract valid through to 30 June 2017. The clubs have agreed not to release any further financial particulars of the 22-year-old Romania international's move.

"In Alexandru Maxim, we've signed a technically adept player who can be deployed in a variety of positions," said VfB sporting director Fredi Bobic. "He made the step up to the Romanian national team with his last club and we reckon he has the potential to develop a lot further still."

+++ Taking his leave of Stuttgart meanwhile is another midfielder, Zdravko Kuzmanovic. The 25-year-old Swiss-born Serbia international has joined Inter Milan with immediate effect, heading back to familiar Serie A territory, where he played for AC Fiorentina before moving to VfB in 2009.

Kuzmanovic turned out 96 times in the Bundesliga for the club, scoring 17 goals. Wishing him well at Inter, Bobic said: "Zdravko did a fine job in his three-and-half years at Stuttgart, now he's got an offer from Serie A. He knows the league and it was always an option for him to return there at some point."

+++ Paul Scharner is swapping Hamburger SV for Wigan Athletic on loan until the end of the season. The experienced Austrian international defensive all-rounder was previously on the books at the English Premier League club from 2005 to 2010. "I'll be back in the summer to battle for my place again," Scharner says.