Bremen fans will be hoping that new signing Anthony Ujah (r.) hits it off up front with Franco Di Santo (l.) - © imago
Bremen fans will be hoping that new signing Anthony Ujah (r.) hits it off up front with Franco Di Santo (l.) - © imago
Bundesliga

Bundesliga transfer report: SV Werder Bremen

Cologne - While the Bundesliga's many stars continue to build up their fitness levels ahead of the new season, clubs up and down the country are working tirelessly behind the scenes to strengthen their playing staff in time for the big kick-off in August.

Over the next few weeks, bundesliga.com will be taking a closer look at each of the 18 top-flight clubs' summer transfer dealings so far. Next in line are SV Werder Bremen...

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How they fared in 2014/15...

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Bremen fans will be unlikely to forget 2014/15 in a hurry. Rock bottom of the league after nine games, the club parted company with head coach Robin Dutt and appointed Grün-Weiß legend Viktor Skripnik in his stead. What followed was nothing short of remarkable as the Ukrainian led Bremen, powered by the goals of Argentinian forward Franco Di Santo, not only away from the relegation zone but ever closer to the European places. While their continental dream ended with defeat in Dortmund on the final day, optimism had long since been restored at the Weser Stadion.

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Editor’s note: Not all summer transfers will be discussed here. The players featured in this article made at least ten league appearances for their respective clubs last season, chipped in with numerous goals and assists or made other significant contributions to their team. For an overview of the 2015/16 summer transfers, click here.