BORUSSIA DORTMUND are famed for their savvy transfer business – and this summer has been no different.
The Bundesliga outfit have acted fast after losing Erling Haaland to Manchester City for just £51million.
EIGHT new arrivals have been recruited so far, and there has been a change in the dugout too with Edin Terzic replacing Marco Rose as boss.
While losing Haaland, 21, is a blow, Dortmund have managed to recruit a direct replacement in Sebastien Haller.
On top of that seven others have joined for just an extra £26m on top of the £51m banked through selling Haaland.
Dortmund will be hoping their business helps them mount a title challenge next season after bitter rivals Bayern Munich won a tenth consecutive Bundesliga crown in the last campaign.
West Ham flop Haller excelled after joining Ajax in January last year.
The 28-year-old scored 34 goals in just 42 games last season, including an incredible 11 strikes in eight Champions League outings.
His form earned him a £29.9m move to Dortmund this summer, where he has been set the daunting task of filling the void left by Haaland.
Adeyemi is perhaps more of a long-term replacement for Haaland, with the forward just 20 years old.
He was recruited for a bargain £27m after netting 23 goals in 42 games for Austrian outfit in the most recent campaign.
Adeyemi’s agent confirmed Manchester United had been keen on signing the youngster but he only had eyes for Dortmund.
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Rated as one of the most promising centre-backs in the Bundesliga, Dortmund picked up Schlotterbeck from Freiburg for just £18m.
The 22-year-old has been capped three times by Germany and played 90 minutes in the Nations League draw against England last month.
Another centre-back, Dortmund managed to convince Sule to join from champions Bayern Munich when his contract expired this summer.
The 26-year-old giant has spent the last five years with Bayern, winning the Bundesliga in every season he was at the Allianz.
Sule had also been linked with a Premier League switch before joining Dortmund, with both Chelsea and Newcastle rumoured to have been interested.
Turkish international Ozcan, 24, cost Dortmund just £4.5m from fellow Bundesliga side FC Koln.
Ozcan was an ever-present last season in midfield, playing 34 games in all competitions, and looks like another smart piece of business.
Jude Bellingham will be pleased with the signing after Ozcan ripped his boot in half in a nasty challenge earlier this year.
Goalkeeper Meyer is another free signing after joining from second tier outfit SSV Jahn Regensburg.
The 31-year-old will be backup between the sticks to No1 choice Gregor Kobel.
Lotka is also a goalkeeper signed on a free transfer.
However the stopper is just 21 years old and has represented Poland at every youth level from U16 to U21.
Lotka signed from Bundesliga rivals Hertha Berlin and could be one for the future.
Last but not least Dortmund snapped up teenage winger Braaf for nothing from Manchester City’s U23s.
The 19-year-old scored nine goals in 18 games for City U23s in the recent campaign and can play either on the left or the right hand side.
He chose not to extend his contract at the Etihad in order to join Dortmund.