2016/17

Players in

PLAYER FROM FEE DATE
Michy Batshuayi Marseille £33,200,000 03 Jul, 2016
N'Golo Kante Leicester £30,000,000 16 Jul, 2016
Total: £63,200,000

Players out

PLAYER TO FEE DATE
Mohamed Salah Roma £12,000,000 01 Jul, 2016
Stipe Perica Udinese £3,000,000 01 Jul, 2016
Reece Mitchell Chesterfield Free 01 Jul, 2016
John Swift Reading Free 14 Jul, 2016
Papy Djilobodji Sunderland £8,000,000 05 Aug, 2016
Total: £23,000,000

Players loaned in

PLAYER FROM START END
None

Players loaned out

PLAYER TO START END
Jamal Blackman Wycombe 01 Aug, 2016
Matej Delac Mouscron-P 05 Aug, 2016
Mitchell Beeney Crawley 21 Jul, 2016
Alex Davey Crawley 11 Aug, 2016
Jordan Houghton Doncaster 01 Aug, 2016
Tomas Kalas Fulham 14 Jul, 2016
Nathan Ake Bournemouth 24 Jul, 2016
Michael Hector E Frankfurt 14 Aug, 2016
Lewis Baker Vitesse Arn. 18 Jul, 2016
Jeremie Boga Granada 25 Jul, 2016
Kasey Palmer Huddersfield 15 Jul, 2016
Danilo Pantic Excelsior 12 Aug, 2016
Tammy Abraham Bristol C 05 Aug, 2016
Isaiah Brown Rotherham 15 Aug, 2016
Nathan Vitesse Arn. 01 Aug, 2016
Alex Kiwomya Crewe 19 Jul, 2016

Players released

PLAYER DATE
Marco Amelia 01 Jul, 2016
Alex Davey 01 Aug, 2016
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Match in Focus

19:30 TODAY BT3

B Munich v W Bremen

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Bayern have won 16 of their last 18 Bundesliga home games
Expert verdict
Pep Guardiola has left but Bayern Munich have a stronger squad after the signings of Renato Sanches and Mats Hummels and should brush Werder Bremen aside at the Allianz Arena. Bayern won 5-0 at home to Hamburg in last season's opener and should be easy winners over Bremen, who finished last season just five points outside the bottom two.