- Cologne add Duda and Andersson
- Paciencia moves to Schalke
- Hertha sign unsettled Cordoba
Germany’s transfer window is open between July 15 and October 5.
Done deal: Ondrej Duda — Hertha Berlin to Cologne
A day after Jhon Cordoba moved from Cologne to Berlin, the Slovakia international will be headed the other way. Hertha attacking midfielder Ondrej Duda has completed his move to Cologne, signing a four-year contract until 2024. The Billy Goats will reportedly pay Hertha €7 million transfer fee. Duda is Cologne’s third signing of the summer after Ron-Robert Zieler and Sebastian Andersson.
Done deal: Jhon Cordoba — Cologne to Hertha Berlin
Hertha Berlin have officially signed Cologne’s Jhon Cordoba. The Colombian striker will move to the German capital in a deal reportedly worth €15 million. Cordoba, Cologne’s record signing, had asked to sit out the clubs German Cup game against Altglienicke on Saturday in anticipation of the transfer.
Done deal: Goncalo Paciencia — Eintracht Frankfurt to Schalke
Schalke have announced the signing of Goncalo Paciencia, a move that bolsters David Wagner’s attacking options. The 26-year-old striker struggled to nail down a starting place in Frankfurt since the arrival of Andre Silva and Bas Dost.
Done deal: Sebastian Andersson — Union Berlin to Cologne
Union have confirmed that Sebastian Andersson