All the latest summer transfer news from the Bundesliga...
Chelsea midfielder Marko Marin spent last season on loan with La Liga side Sevilla, and doesn't appear to have a future at Stamford Bridge. A return to the Bundesliga could be on the cards for the 25-year-old, with one club in particular reportedly showing an interest.
Eintracht Frankfurt have been linked with a move to sign the former Borussia Monchengladbach man, whilst another of his former clubs - Werder Bremen - are also believed to be monitoring the situation. With a move away from West London almost certain to take place this summer, there will no doubt be more Bundesliga sides looking to snap up Marin.
Meanwhile, Fulham have reacted to their relegation by snapping up former Schalke full back Tim Hoogland on a one-year deal. The 29-year-old has been a bit-part figure in Gelsenkirchen, resulting in the club allowing the former Mainz man to leave the club at the end of his contract.
Hoogland played under current Fulham boss Felix Magath at Schalke, and there will now be a reunion in West London after the defender signed on the dotted line.
In other transfer news, Bayern Munich midfielder Alessandro Schopf has left the club for a move to Nurnberg. The Austrian has been captaining Bayern's under-23 side, but has decided to leave Bavaria in order to further his career and gain more first team football.
"With this transfer, I want to take the chance to make the next step in my development," said Schopf.