Coke has joined Schalke on a three-year deal from Sevilla. - © gettyimages
Coke has joined Schalke on a three-year deal from Sevilla. - © gettyimages
Bundesliga

Bundesliga Daily: 3 August

Bundesliga Daily keeps you right up to date with all the important events concerning the 18 Bundesliga clubs. Here's all you need to know from 3 August...

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#BLMediaDays in Wolfsburg

The cameras were at the Volkswagen Arena today as it was VfL Wolfsburg's Bundesliga media day. The Wolves were good-humoured throughout - here are a couple-of-behind the scenes shots from our man on the ground...

Coke signs on at Schalke

After the final details were agreed upon, FC Schalke 04 were able to confirm Jorge Andujar Moreno - better known as Coke - as their latest summer signing, the right-back arriving from UEFA Europa League champions Sevilla FC. The 29-year-old has signed a three-year deal at the VELTINS Arena and will wear the number 23 shirt.

"We've signed a very good defender with a huge amount of continental experience," said Schalke sporting director Christian Heidel. "Winning the Europa League three years running is an eye-catching achievement, and he will be very important as a leader."

Kauczinski satisfied with Ingolstadt preparations

Although his side have lost three and drawn one of their four pre-season games so far, new FC Ingolstadt 04 coach Markus Kauczinski is pleased with his charges' performances. In yesterday's 1-0 defeat to Torino FC, the 46-year-old saw his side put in "a very good performance", with Die Schanzer unfortunate to concede from a set-piece.

"You can't concede a goal as simple as that, though," said Kauczinski. "We need to make sure we have that under control. You can see that the lads are getting fitter and you can also see what we've been working on in training."

Hertha in safe waters in Copenhagen

Hertha Berlin have arrived in the Danish capital Copenhagen ahead of their UEFA Europa League third qualifying round second leg against Brondby IF. The Berliners lead 1-0 on aggregate after the first leg thanks to Vedad Ibisevic's goal. And if you want to see more from the club duck, Zecke, simply click on the video below to re-live the BunDucksLiga 2016 in all its glory...