- Bundesliga summer transfer window closes Wednesday, 31 August.
- Hinteregger joins Augsburg; Gnabry to Bremen.
- Ayhan leaves Schalke for Fortuna.
The transfer window is now closed in Germany, but bundesliga.com was on hand to guide you through a frantic last day of trading. Re-cap the ins and outs below...
The 2016 Bundesliga summer transfer window closed at 18:00CEST/16:00GMT on Wednesday, 31 August
Wednesday 31 August
CONFIRMED - Rodriguez joins Lucerne on loan from Wolfsburg
Swiss midfielder Francisco Rodriguez, brother of Wolfsburg left-back Ricardo Rodriguez, has left the Wolves and moved to FC Lucerne on loan for the remainder of the 2016/17 season.
CONFIRMED - Hinteregger joins Augsburg
This is a big signing for FC Augsburg, who have confirmed the arrival of Austria international centre-back Martin Hinteregger from FC Salzburg. The 23-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan at Borussia Mönchengladbach, but has signed a two-year deal at the WWK ARENA, with the option to extend.
"I'm really pleased that the transfer has gone through," said Hinteregger. "I really wanted to play in the Bundesliga again and think Augsburg is the perfect destination. They've achieved great things here in the last few years, and I want to help us reach our aims."
"Martin Hinteregger was a player we really wanted to fill the gap at centre-back," said Augsburg sporting director Stefan Reuter. "It wasn't easy, but it was worth staying patient right until the end."
CONFIRMED - Kaan Ayhan leaves Schalke for Fortuna Düsseldorf
There's been a little bit of movement around closing time, with Bundesliga 2 side Düsseldorf sealing a deal for promising young FC Schalke 04 defender Kaan Ayhan, who is currently with the Turkish national team. The 21-year-old has penned a two-year deal with Fortuna.
18:00CEST - the transfer window in Germany has closed!
But stay with us, as we'll be bringing you reaction to today's moves. You can also re-cap every Bundesliga club's summer ins and outs by clicking this link.
Ramalho already in training with Mainz
No time wasted for Mainz's new boy...
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The new Wolfsburg defender has been speaking upon his arrival at the club:
CONFIRMED: Hamburg bring in Douglas Santos
A very promising piece of business here from Hamburger SV, strengthening their defence with the arrival of recently-crowned Olympic winner Douglas Santos. The 22-year-old Brazilian left-back has agreed to a five-year deal at HSV.
CONFIRMED: Wolfsburg recruit Wollscheid
VfL Wolfsburg have bolstered their back line with the signing of former Bayer 04 Leverkusen defender Philipp Wollscheid from Stoke City.
CONFIRMED: Kerk leaves Freiburg
SC Freiburg youngster Sebastian Kerk has left the Black Forest and joined Bundesliga 2 side 1. FC Kaiserslautern on loan until the end of the season.
CONFIRMED: Gnabry joins Bremen
It was mooted earlier on in the day, but now pen has been put to paper, with exciting attacking midfielder Serge Gnabry moving to SV Werder Bremen on a permanent deal from English Premier League side Arsenal FC.
CONFIRMED: Mainz snap up Ramalho
Decent signing this: 1. FSV Mainz 05 have loaned Andre Ramalho from Bayer 04 Leverkusen. It's another one-year deal for the Brazilian defender.
CONFIRMED: Nukan leaves Leipzig
Another Leipzig player departs on loan...
CONFIRMED: Bremen loan Guwara to Darmstadt
Busy day for Werder so far... Leon Guwara has joined SV Darmstadt. Another loan deal.
CONFIRMED: Ingolstadt sign Monaco defender
And there's another one! AS Monaco centre-back Marcel Tisserand has signed for FC Ingolstadt 04 on a four-year deal. Welcome to the Bundesliga, Marcel!
CONFIRMED: Leipzig loan Papadopoulos
Great move for Leipzig, who have secured the services of Greek international Kyriakos Papadopoulos on a one-year loan deal from Bayer 04 Leverkusen.
Gnabry to Werder?
Serge Gnabry appears to be on the verge of joining SV Werder Bremen from Arsenal, according to sporting director Frank Baumann. "The player would like to join us and we’ve reached an agreement with Arsenal FC. Nothing is signed yet, though," he said, before adding that he expects the move to go through later on Wednesday afternoon.
CONFIRMED: Ajeti leaves Augsburg for Switzerland
Another move involving a Swiss player: Albian Ajeti has joined FC St. Gallen on a one-year loan deal from FC Augsburg.
CONFIRMED: Frankfurt loan Tarashaj
Eintracht Frankfurt have completed the loan signing of 21-year-old Shani Tarashaj from Everton FC until the end of the season. The attacking midfielder joins fellow Nati star Haris Seferovic at the Commerzbank Arena.
Strap yourselves in, folks! Bundesliga clubs have just over nine hours to finalise any transfer dealings before the window slams shut. We'll bring you the latest confirmed deals throughout the day. Stay tuned.
Tuesday 30 August
One day to go and already there's movement afoot at Bundesliga clubs.
That is a wrap!
Tomorrow is transfer deadline day and it appears clubs are waiting until the very last minute to land their final blows, so join us on Wednesday for the conclusion of the summer transfer window. Until then, click on the link above to see all of the confirmed summer moves!
CONFIRMED: Konoplyanka to Schalke
A late deal before deadline day gets underway. FC Schalke 04 have been searching far and wide for a replacement for Leroy Sane and have got their man in the form of FC Sevilla's Yevhen Konoplyanka. The Ukrainian winger joins on a one-year loan deal. Details of the deal can be found here.
CONFIRMED: Niedermeier to Freiburg
CONFIRMED: Matavz loaned out
Tim Matavz will be plying his trade in Bundesliga 2 this season after making the short move within Bavaria from FC Augsburg to 1. FC Nürnberg. The 27-year-old made 11 Bundesliga appearances last season.
Gnabry heading to Bremen?
Although it is not yet a done deal, Serge Gnabry appears to be on his way from Arsenal FC to SV Werder Bremen. The northern Germany club's sporting director Frank Baumann on Tuesday confirmed an agreement has been reached with the player and a "fundamental" understanding has been struck with the Premier League club.
#Baumann: "The transfer could be confirmed tomorrow morning."— SV Werder Bremen EN (@werderbremen_en) August 30, 2016
Didavi's dream debut
As the Bundesliga clubs continue to work hard on getting those final transfers fixed, here is one we made earlier. Or rather, here is one that VfL Wolfsburg made earlier: Daniel Didavi. The former VfB Stuttgart midfielder was another new signing to have a dream debut at his new club, scoring in the Wolves' 2-0 win at FC Augsburg. You can see highlights of that game - including Didavi's goal - below.
Take a bow, Bobby
It was also a dream debut for Hamburger SV's new signing Bobby Wood, who opened his Bundesliga account with his first shot on goal in his side's 1-1 draw with FC Ingolstadt 04.
Schürrle paying Dortmund back
One of the summer signings who has already paid back some of his transfer fee in the form of the contribution made to three points on Matchday 1 is Andre Schürrle. He shone alongside Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in Dortmund's 2-1 win over 1. FSV Mainz 05 and he spoke about that new partnership and much more in an interview which you can read here.
CONFIRMED: Diaz leaves Darmstadt
Costa Rica international Junior Diaz has joined Bundesliga 2 outfit Würzburger Kickers from SV Darmstadt 98. After joining from 1. FSV Mainz 05 last summer, the defender made 12 appearances as Darmstadt sensationally secured survival in their first season back in the top-flight last term.
Monday, 29 August
How the system works
The Transfer Online Registration System (TOR) was introduced by the DFL on 1 July, 2015. Player registrations, applications to register players and the transfers themselves now take place via this new system. Documents pertaining to the transfer of a player from one club to another no longer have to be sent or faxed to the DFL. All the relevant documents must be entered into the new system by 18:00CEST/16:00GMT.
Götze back where it began
One of the biggest stories of the summer so far was the return of Mario Götze to Dortmund after three stop-start seasons at Bayern. Find out all about the reasoning behind that eye-catching intra-Bundesliga move below:
Foals by name, Foals by nature
Bundesliga stalwarts Christoph Kramer, Tobias Strobl and Jannik Vestergaard have made their way to Borussia Mönchengladbach during the close season, but the Foals would not be the Foals without an injection of young blood. Get the lowdown below:
After Mats Hummels returned to boyhood club Bayern, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Ilkay Gündogan moved on to pastures new, Dortmund have been particular active during the summer transfer window. We take a look at their exciting new recruits, including Marc Barta, Emre Mor and Andre Schürrle:
CONFIRMED: Castaignos leaves Frankfurt
Luc Castaignos has joined Sporting Clube de Portugal. The Dutch striker scored four goals in 19 Bundesliga appearances after moving to Eintracht Frankfurt from FC Twente last summer.
Breel Embolo to FC Schalke 04, Ousmane Dembele to Borussia Dortmund and UEFA EURO 2016 Best Player of the Tournament Renato Sanches to FC Bayern München: just a selection of new arrivals to the Bundesliga this summer. Press play on the video below for more: