Bundesliga Weekly – The one player every Bundesliga club should sign

Footballing brothers Brandon and Ethan Wallis take you through all the latest news and events in German football. This week Brandon and Ethan take you through the one player every Bundesliga club should sign in this summer’s transfer window.

Borussia Dortmund secure the signature of Gregor Kobel

In a move that appeared to be inevitable for months, Borussia Dortmund have now officially secured the signature of VFB Stuttgart goalkeeper Gregor Kobel. The 23-year-old signs a five-year-contract with the Black & Yellows, for a fee reported to be around €15 million.

David Alaba signs for Real Madrid on a free transfer

The move that was on the cards for months has finally happened for David Alaba, as he moves on a free transfer to Spanish giants Real Madrid. The Bayern Munich legend made a total of 431 appearances for die Roten across a 12 season spell, after moving to their academy in 2009 from Austria Wien II.

Bayern Munich sign Reading defender Omar Richards

Bayern Munich have added to their defensive ranks in time for next season under Julian Nagelsmann, with 23-year-old defender Omar Richards joining the squad on a free transfer.

Why Matheus Pereira would be the perfect fit for Leipzig

Reports in the German media today are indicating that Leipzig are also interested in signing the services of the Brazilian. With his flair and astute awareness of space in attack, Pereira would be an excellent addition for the Red Bulls.

Oliver Kahn: Buying Haaland at over €100m is unimaginable

In news that everyone is very much aware of at this time, Erling Haaland is set to cost well over €100 million this summer if any club is to secure his signature. Bayern Munich have been one of many clubs falsely linked with the Norwegian striker and today Oliver Kahn has put that to rest.

Debunking the Lewandowski transfer rumours

This week more rumours have surfaced surrounding Lewandowski’s future, with links to Real Madrid, Manchester United and Chelsea. Unfortunately for the gossip columns, this looks very unlikely to happen once again.

The race to sign Andre Silva

After failing to truly establish himself at two of Europe’s elite clubs, many wondered whether the hype regarding Silva back at 20-years old was too good to be true. Eintracht Frankfurt however were willing to take a shot at the striker, and ever since then he has re-established himself as one of the world’s best forwards. We analyze the race to sign Andre Silva and the best possible fit for the Portuguese striker.