Erzgebirge Aue have made some early moves on Deadline Day, releasing Hannes Anier and signing Bobby Wood and Roman Golobart.
The 2. Bundesliga club have struggled this season, so the January transfer window has been a busy time for the Violets.
Hannes Anier had his deal terminated at Aue, after failing to make a single appearance since signing in the summer. He'll now be keen to find a new club just like his brother, who also saw his contract cut short with Tomislav Stipic's side.
Spanish defender Roman Golobart arrives from FC Köln on a loan move until the end of the season, giving him a much needed opportunity to gain playing time.
Bobby Wood, however, has arrived on a permanent deal. He joins from fellow 2. Bundesliga side 1860 Munich and has been given a contract until June 2017.
Aue president Helge Leonhardt spoke about the transfers on Monday morning: "Our goal was to strengthen our team before the resumption of matches, and targeted high quality players to be prepared for the fight to stay in the league. Now it is up to our entire team to fight and work together to achieve our goal, piece by piece."
The East German club kick-off their 2015 with a derby game, taking on RB Leipzig on Friday night.
Quotes via fc-erzgebirge.de