Bundesliga was the first league in Europe to restart following the three-month break due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Bayern Munich were crowned champions a month ago and transfer activities kicked off in earnest. Sandro Wagner has retired, while Timo Werner moved to Chelsea.
Germany's transfer window is open between July 15 and October 5. Here are the latest deals from the Bundesliga
Former Germany striker Sandro Wagner is ending his playing career, but will obtain a coaching licence with the aim of becoming a coach from next year onwards.
Wagner, 32, started his career at Bayern Munich before playing for Werder Bremen, Hertha Berlin and Hoffenheim. He returned to Munich for the 2018-19 season before a final stint with China's Tianjin Teda.
At Schalke, former Germany defender Benedikt Höwedes has ended his footballing career, becoming the latest 2014 World Cup winner to hang up his boots. The 32-year-old defender told Spiegel newsmagazine that he had made the decision in order to spend more time with his young family.
Meanwhile, Dayot Upamecano has extended his stay at RB Leipzig cooling interest from a number of clubs including Arsenal.
Werder Bremen confirmed the signing of Patrick Erras who had been released by Nuremberg. he 25-year-old holding midfielder made 23 appearances in all competitions for FCN last season, scoring three times.
In the grapevine, Barcelona's Pedri has been linked with Borussia Mönchengladbach with the club's sporting director Max Eberl calling him “a very interesting player”.
Oliver Baumann has extended his stay at Hoffenheim. 1899’s undisputed No1 has been with the club for six years making 198 appearances in all competitions.
Is Jerome Boateng headed back to England? with his Bayern contract running out in 2021, he has not ruled out a return to England.
Gladbach centre-back Matthias Ginter has already been linked with a move to Inter Milan, reports now suggest that Chelsea and Atletico Madrid are also chasing his services.
Dortmund have lined up 22-year-old Lille forward Jonathan Ikone as a potential replacement for Jadon Sancho. The French international made 28 appearances and scored three times in Ligue Un's truncated season.
The 21-year-old Austrian midfielder Hannes Wolf has joined Gladbach on a one-year loan. Wolf previously played under current Gladbach coach Marco Rose at RB Salzburg. The deal includes an option to buy.
Argentinean central defender Leonardo Balerdi has completed a loan move to Ligue 1 side Marseille from Borussia Dortmund.
A free agent after his contract with Borussia Dortmund was not extended, World Cup winner Mario Götze, is expected to decide his future this week. Reports strongly suggest the 27-year-old could be set to reunite with former Bayern Munich teammate Franck Ribery at Serie A side Fiorentina.