On what has been a busy day of 2. Bundesliga action, there have been moves made from three teams to bolster their squads ahead of next season.
SV Sandhausen brought in their second forward in as many days, with Julian Destroff arriving from 1. FSV Mainz 05 II.
Elsewhere, Oliver Fink signed a two-year extension at Fortuna Düsseldorf to keep him at the club until 2018.
VfL Bochum were also busy and made their first signing of the summer, as Tom Weilandt joined from SpVgg Greuther Fürth.
There was good news for SC Freiburg fans, as cult hero forward Karim Guédé signed an extension with the Schwarzwald side.
Destroff heads for Sandhausen
Following on from Lucas Höler's arrival yesterday, Destroff will link up with his team-mate to try and spark Sandhausen's front-line into life.
With Aziz Bouhaddouz on his way to FC St. Pauli next season, these two will be charged with making up for his departure.
The pair have both scored 11 goals and added three assists during the 2015-16 campaign, something that they will hope to replicate in a higher division.
Fink set for Fortuna stay
With his contract coming to an end in June, it was unclear as to whether or not Fink would be kept on at Fortuna.
However, with rumours circulating that Friedhelm Funkel will be kept on as head coach, this is a sign that he will be building the squad for next season.
Fink has made close to 200 appearances since 2009 for the club and will edge ever closer to the milestone across the coming years.
Weilandt off to Castroper Straße
The biggest move of the day was made by Bochum, who are in rebuild mode after it was announced seven players would be leaving this summer.
The first deal has been done to compensate for that with Weilandt arriving on a free, having committed to a two-year deal with Gertjan Verbeek's side.
He will most likely replace Marco Terrazzino, who has been in fine form for the Ruhr club this term.
Guédé staying in Freiburg
While the length of the extension is not yet known, Freiburg's decision to keep Guédé at the club will see him enter a fifth season at the Schwarzwaldstraße outfit.
Even though he has scored less goals than every other attacker in the team, his presence and experience are not to be belittled.