The 2022 summer transfer window in Germany is open from 1 July until 6pm CEST on 1 September 2022. - © DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga
The 2022 summer transfer window in Germany is open from 1 July until 6pm CEST on 1 September 2022. - © DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga
2. Bundesliga

Official Bundesliga 2 transfer centre: January 2023

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The 2022/23 mid-season transfer window doesn’t open in Bundesliga 2 until Sunday, 1 January 2023, but a number of moves have already been announced in Germany’s second division. Who else will be on the move before the window slams shut at 6pm CET on Tuesday, 31 January?

bundesliga.com has all the transfers and loans for every club as they’re confirmed…

Arminia Bielefeld

In: Christopher Schepp (Blau-Weiß Lohne)

Out: Mateo Klimowicz (VfB Stuttgart, end of loan), Stefanos Kapino (Miedz Legnica)

Darmstadt

In: -

Out: Andre Leipold (Würzburger Kickers, loan)

Eintracht Braunschweig

In: Tarsis Bonga (Eintracht Braunschweig), Linus Gechter (Hertha Berlin, loan), Hasan Kurucay (Hamarkameratene)

Out: Michael Schultz (Viktoria Cologne)

Fortuna Düsseldorf

In: -

Out: -

Greuther Fürth

In: -

Out: -

Hamburg

In: Noah Katterbach (Cologne, loan)

Out: Tim Leibold (released to join a Major League Soccer club)

Hannover

In: -

Out: Franck Evina (Sandhausen)

Hansa Rostock

In: -

Out: Anderson Lucoqui (Mainz, end of loan)

Heidenheim

In: -

Out: -

Holstein Kiel

In: Holmbert Aron Fridjonsson (Lillestrom, end of loan), Robin Himmelmann (free agent)

Out: Nico Carrera (Zwickau, loan), Fabian Reese (Hertha Berlin, 1 July 2023), Johannes van den Bergh (released)

Jahn Regensburg

In: Jonas Urbig (Cologne, loan)

Out: -

Kaiserslautern

In: Nicolai Rapp (Werder Bremen, loan)

Out: Mike Wunderlich (Viktoria Cologne)

Karlsruhe

In: Daniel Brosinski (free agent)

Out: Luca Bolay (Walfhof Mannheim), Kilian Jakob (Erzgebirge Aue)

Magdeburg

In: Luc Castaignos (free agent), Daniel Heber (Rot-Weiss Essen)

Out: Omer Beyaz (VfB Stuttgart, end of loan)

Nuremberg

In: Florian Flick (Schalke, loan), Benjamin Goller (Werder Bremen), Jannes Horn (Bochum, loan)

Out: -

Paderborn

In: Niclas Nadj (Weiche)

Out: -

Sandhausen

In: Hamadi Al Ghaddioui (Pafos FC), Kerim Calhanoglu (Schalke, loan), Franck Evina (Hannover), Raphael Framberger (Augsburg, loan), Tom Trybull (Blackpool, loan made permanent)

Out: -

St. Pauli

In: Oladapo Afolayan (Bolton Wanderers), Maurides (Radomiak Radom), Karol Mets (FC Zurich, loan), Elias Saad (Eintracht Norderstedt)

Out: Leart Paqarada (Cologne, 1 July)