Eintracht brings DFB players – Chelsea before million transfer

The World Cup is long over and club football is back in focus. It will be particularly interesting today on the transfer market.

The last day of the winter transfer window in the Bundesliga promises plenty of excitement. Transfers can still be processed via the German Football League’s online transfer registration system (TOR) until 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday. If the documents are not available by then, nothing will work.

++ The transfer day in the ticker ++

Frankfurt brings Max from Eindhoven

On the last day of the transfer period, Eintracht Frankfurt has strengthened with Philipp Max. The left-back returns to the Bundesliga after almost two and a half years in Eindhoven. The club confirmed this in a press release. The player will be loaned out until the summer, after which SGE has a purchase option.

Max has also been in action for the German national team. In 2016 he won the Olympic silver medal with the DFB selection, followed by three more games for Germany in 2020.

“In Philipp Max we are gaining an experienced defender who will make us even more variable and flexible for the numerous demanding tasks in the second half of the season. With his abilities and also as a person he fits perfectly into our team and we are happy about the option of him for the longer term to be able to bind,” sports director Markus Krösche is quoted as saying in the club’s announcement.

Chelsea ahead of 120 million transfer

According to a media report, Argentine world champion Enzo Fernandez is about to move to Premier League club Chelsea. According to information from the BBC on Tuesday, the fee for the 22-year-old midfielder should be around 120 million euros.

Fernandez is still under contract at Benfica with German coach Roger Schmidt. Chelsea are said to have agreed with the player. Apparently there are still difficulties with the payment modalities between the London club and the leaders of the first Portuguese league.

The Italian European champion Jorginho, on the other hand, is about to leave Chelsea for city rivals Arsenal. According to the PA news agency, the midfielder’s fee is said to be around €13.6million (£12million). The 31-year-old is expected to have a contract with the Gunners until the summer of 2024.

Ex-real star Isco at medical check-up

Isco’s move to Union Berlin is nearing completion. According to “Bild”, the five-time Champions League winner was at the medical check-up at 10 a.m. A photo showed the attacking midfielder at the Charité. Read more about the sensational transfer of the winter here.

Ziyech on loan to Paris

According to several media reports, Chelsea attacker Hakim Ziyech is facing a loan to Paris Saint-Germain. However, both clubs still have to agree on the specific transfer terms. PSG would like an option to buy.

Hakim Ziyech: The attacker is already in Paris (Credit: IMAGO/Paul Greenwood/Shutterstock)

The player should already be in Paris for the medical check-up. In the summer of 2020, the 29-year-old came to London from Ajax for a transfer fee of 40 million euros. However, under current coach Graham Potter, Ziyech is only a backup player.

Wolfsburg Waldschmidt probably not to Stuttgart

A possible transfer of seven-time national player Luca Waldschmidt from VfL Wolfsburg to Bundesliga competitor VfB Stuttgart has apparently fallen through. According to a report in the “Wolfsburger Allgemeine Zeitung”, the sporting management of VfL has vetoed the change.

The background to this is that Wolfsburg have already sold attacking players Josip Brekalo to AC Florenz and Maximilian Philipp to Werder Bremen this month. Should the 26-year-old striker Waldschmidt go, VfL’s attack might be too thin.

Hein is not going to Hertha

According to media reports, winger Gauthier Hein will not switch to Bundesliga club Hertha BSC, which is in danger of relegation. The “Bild” newspaper and Sport1 reported on Tuesday that there was no agreement between the club and the 26-year-old. The professional from AJ Auxerre is said to have already been to Berlin for a medical check-up.

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Gauthier Hein: The Frenchman will not return to the Bundesliga. (Source: IMAGO/JB Autissier)

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