2018/19

Players in

PLAYERFROMFEEDATE
Ki Sung-YuengSwanseaFree01 Jul, 2018
Fabian ScharDeportivo£3,000,00027 Jul, 2018
Yoshinori MutoMainzUndisc.02 Aug, 2018
Federico FernandezSwansea£6,000,00009 Aug, 2018
Miguel AlmironAtlanta U£21,000,00031 Jan, 2019
Total: £30,000,000

Players out

PLAYERTOFEEDATE
Massadio HaidaraLensFree01 Jul, 2018
Kyle CameronTorquayFree01 Jul, 2018
Callum WilliamsSpennymoorUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Stuart FindlayKilmarnockUndisc.04 Jul, 2018
Alex GillieadShrewsburyFree10 Jul, 2018
Mikel MerinoSociedad£10,700,00020 Jul, 2018
Matz SelsStrasbourg£3,500,00026 Jul, 2018
Aleksandar MitrovicFulham£22,000,00030 Jul, 2018
Adam ArmstrongBlackburnUnknown06 Aug, 2018
Ivan ToneyPeterboroughUnknown09 Aug, 2018
Yasin Ben El-MhanniScunthorpeFree26 Oct, 2018
Total: £36,200,000

Players loaned in

PLAYERFROMSTARTEND
None

Players loaned out

PLAYERTOSTARTEND
None

Players released

PLAYERDATE
Brendan Pearson01 Jul, 2018
Paul Woolston01 Jul, 2018
Tom Heardman01 Jul, 2018
Jesus Gamez01 Jul, 2018
Chancel Mbemba27 Jul, 2018
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Match in Focus

19:30 TODAY BT3

Wolfsburg v Hoffenheim

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Wolfsburg have kept one clean sheet in their last eight home Bundesliga matches
Expert verdict
Hoffenheim have made a poor start to the Bundesliga season under new coach Alfred Schreuder and have failed to score in three of their opening four games but could still threaten on their trip to Wolfsburg, who have lost just one of their last 13 home matches but kept only one clean sheet in their last eight games on their own patch. Wolfsburg should justify favouritism as Wout Weghorst and Josip Brekalo have both hit the ground running but Hoffenheim scored in all 17 away games last term.