All 18 Bundesliga clubs were busy during the summer transfer window, but despite becoming Germany's record signing, FC Bayern Munich's
In goal is none other than former Germany No1
Theodor Gebre Selassie (second from left) may have scored against Borussia Dortmund on Matchday 1, but the stability he's brought to the right-hand side of Bremen's back four, completing close to 90 per cent of his passes and winning 65.7 per cent of his challenges, has been far more important for Werder.
Dante (r.) hasn't missed a minute of action since joining FC Bayern in the summer. The Brazilian has transitioned seamlessly into the record titleholders' system and has had more touches (212) than any other player in the league, as well as boasting the fifth best pass completion rate (95.2 per cent).
Completing the backline is
Many are tipping
Marco Reus may not have taken to Borussia Dortmund's style of play the way some had hoped, but it hasn't stopped him from wreaking havoc in opposition backlines. The new BVB star has created twelve goalscoring chances for his side on top of scoring the opening goal of the 2012/13 Bundesliga season.
Having rejoined Hannover in the summer,
Having scored five goals in his first four appearances (including cup competitions), a first for an FC Bayern new signing,