The winter transfer window in Germany is open from 2 January 2021. - © DFL
The winter transfer window in Germany is open from 2 January 2021. - © DFL
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Official Bundesliga transfer centre: January 2021

The winter transfer window for the 2020/21 Bundesliga season opens on 2 January 2021, and will close on Monday, 1 February. Keep track of all the official comings and goings below...

Arminia Bielefeld 

In:

Out: Brian Behrendt (Eintracht Braunschweig)

Augsburg

In:

Out:

Bayer Leverkusen

In: Timothy Fosu-Mensah (Manchester United)

Out: 

Bayern Munich

In: 

Out: Leon Dajaku (Union Berlin, loan), Angelo Stiller (Hoffenheim, from 2021/22)

Borussia Dortmund

In: 

Out:

Borussia Mönchengladbach

In: Kouadio Kone (FC Toulouse), Joe Scally (New York City FC)

Out: Kouadio Kone (FC Toulouse, loan)

Cologne

In: 

Out: Christian Clemens (released), Frederik Sörensen (released)

Eintracht Frankfurt

In: Luka Jovic (Real Madrid, loan)

Out: David Abraham (retired), Marijan Cavar (Greuther Fürth), Danny da Costa (Mainz, loan), Bas Dost (Club Brugge), Dominik Kohr (Mainz, loan)

Freiburg

In:

Out: Luca Itter (Greuther Fürth, loan)

Hertha Berlin

In:

Out

Hoffenheim

In: Angelo Stiller (Bayern Munich, from 2021/22)

Out: Klauss (Standard Liege, loan)

Mainz

In: Danny da Costa (Eintracht Frankfurt, loan), Dominik Kohr (Eintracht Frankfurt, loan)

Out: Abass Issah (Twente, loan), Dimitri Lavalee (St. Truiden, loan), Aaron Martin (Celta Vigo, loan), Jean-Philippe Mateta (Crystal Palace, loan)

RB Leipzig

In: Dominik Szoboszlai (Red Bull Leipzig)

Out: Eric Martel (Austria Vienna, loan)

Schalke

In: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Ajax), Sead Kolasinac (Arsenal, loan)

Out: Vedad Ibisevic (released), Ahmed Kutucu (Heracles Almelo, loan), Rabbi Matondo (Stoke City, loan), Nick Taitague (released)

Union Berlin 

In: Leon Dajaku (Bayern Munich, loan)

Out: Lennart Moser (Klagenfurt, loan)

VfB Stuttgart

In: 

Out:

Werder Bremen

In:

Out:

Wolfsburg

In: 

Out: Felix Klaus (Fortuna Düsseldorf, loan), Omar Marmoush (St. Pauli, loan)