Most expensive transfers* in the first Bundesliga in Germany as of February 2018* (in million euros)

Most expensive transfers in the German Bundesliga as of 2018 This statistic shows the most expensive transfers in the first Bundesliga based on their market value as of February 8, 2018. The transfer of Ousmane Dembélé from Borussia Dortmund to Barcelona contained the highest transfer fee of 105 million euros. The transfer of Kevin de Bruyne, who joined Manchester City from Vfl Wolfsburg was ranked second with a transfer fee of 74 million euros.
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Transer fee in million euros
Ousmane Dembélé (17/18)105
Kevin de Bruyne (15/16)74
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (17/18)63.75
Leroy Sané (16/17)50
Granit Xhaka (16/17)45
Julian Draxler (15/16)43
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (16/17)42
Corentin Tolisso (17/18)41.5
Roberto Firmino (15/16)41
Julian Draxler (16/17)40
Javi Martinez (12/13)40
Edin Dzeko (10/11)37
Arturo Vidal (15/16)37
Mario Götze (13/14)37
Mats Hummels (16/17)35
Renato Sanches (16/17)35
Anthony Modeste (17/18)34.7
André Schürrle (14/15)32
Toni Kroos (14/15)30
Douglas Costa (15/16)30
Manuel Neuer (11/12)30
Mario Gomez (09/10)30
Heung-Min Son (15/16)30
André Schürrle (16/17)30
Mehdi Benatia (14/15)28
Transer fee in million euros
Ousmane Dembélé (17/18)105
Kevin de Bruyne (15/16)74
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (17/18)63.75
Leroy Sané (16/17)50
Granit Xhaka (16/17)45
Julian Draxler (15/16)43
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (16/17)42
Corentin Tolisso (17/18)41.5
Roberto Firmino (15/16)41
Julian Draxler (16/17)40
Javi Martinez (12/13)40
Edin Dzeko (10/11)37
Arturo Vidal (15/16)37
Mario Götze (13/14)37
Mats Hummels (16/17)35
Renato Sanches (16/17)35
Anthony Modeste (17/18)34.7
André Schürrle (14/15)32
Toni Kroos (14/15)30
Douglas Costa (15/16)30
Manuel Neuer (11/12)30
Mario Gomez (09/10)30
Heung-Min Son (15/16)30
André Schürrle (16/17)30
Mehdi Benatia (14/15)28
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This statistic shows the most expensive transfers in the first Bundesliga based on their market value as of February 8, 2018. The transfer of Ousmane Dembélé from Borussia Dortmund to Barcelona contained the highest transfer fee of 105 million euros. The transfer of Kevin de Bruyne, who joined Manchester City from Vfl Wolfsburg was ranked second with a transfer fee of 74 million euros.
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Release date
February 2018
Region
Germany
Survey time period
February 8, 2018
Supplementary notes
* The statistic includes transfers within Germany, from Germany to foreign clubs and from foreign clubs to Germany.

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