Greek international defender Kryiakos Papadopoulos is likely to leave Bundesliga giants Hamburg but will Scottish Premiership champions Celtic make a move?
Schalke want to keep Hamburg winger Nicolai Muller in the Bundesliga, meaning West Ham must move fast if they want to bring him to the Premier League.
If Championship giants Leeds United want to keep Hamburg loanee Pierre-Michel Lasogga at Elland Road, they won't have to pay much at all.
Sessegnon allegedly wants to swap Fulham for Spurs and Hamburg striker Jann Fiete Arp could leave the Bundesliga for the Premier League, too.
Jann Fiete Arp will leave Hamburg if, or when, they are relegated from the Bundesliga and Spurs are keen to lure him to the Premier League.
Bundesliga strugglers Hamburg will sell Pierre-Michel Lasogga at the end of the season but will he stay in the Championship with Leeds United?
Premier League duo Everton and West Ham were both reportedly keen on Hamburg's Bundesliga striker Bobby Wood last summer.
Hamburg's Nicolai Muller should be on Newcastle United's radar this summer.
Nicolai Muller will now leave Hamburg in the summer with Premier League duo West Ham United and Southampton long-time admirers.
Pierre-Michel Lasogga was left out by Leeds United again on Wednesday - while the Championship side watch two prolific strikers.
After Borussia Dortmund threw away a two-goal lead at Eintracht Frankfurt and were forced to settle for a draw, the journey home proved pretty memorable, too.
Even by the standards of local tussles and their particular intensity, it wasn’t much of a spectacle. Pundit Lothar Matthäus told the Sky audience that Saturday’s 107th top-flight Nordderby between Hamburg and Werder Bremen “didn’t deserve a sold-out stadium” – nearly 55,000 were there – but what did anybody expect? These two grand old clubs have been on the train leaving Worried, headed for Desperate, for a while and after this fractious encounter, neither look like taking a diversion soon.
“This is something that can’t be allowed to happen, but it has happened.” Just when life starts to look good again, along come Bayern Munich.