It is likely that there will be quite a few high-profile players leaving the Bundesliga for the Premier League in this transfer window. Manchester United have made it plain that Jadon Sancho is their primary transfer target, while Chelsea are reportedly close to sealing the signing of Bayer Leverkusen wonderkid Kai Havertz. Liverpool are also set to make a splash in the window by bringing Thiago Alcantara over from Bayern Munich. The deals for these three players would be for more than €250 million combined, but even so, the Bundesliga is set to remain one of the most exciting leagues to watch for football fans.

When Germany became the first country in Europe to allow its football leagues to resume playing, there was suddenly a lot of interest in the Bundesliga from football fans all over the world. With the complete lack of live football, it was no surprise that fans were quick to latch on to any top-level football action that came their way. The Bundesliga return was handled extremely well by the German football authorities, and is a credit to their organizational capabilities. English fans tuned in every day to watch the likes of RB Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund and of course Bayern Munich, and it is hoped that some of this residual popularity will carry over into the new season and beyond. Of course, Bayern Munich will start as favourites at Betway 2020 and every other betting house, but that does not mean that the league is a boring one to watch.

Dortmund and Leipzig are two very exciting, attacking teams, with superb young players, along with managers who espouse attacking football. Borussia Monchengladbach have also been challenging towards the top end of the table in recent seasons, and they too have some very talented players in their squad, along with a highly regarded manager as well. The likes of Schalke and Leverkusen are always interesting to watch, while Freiburg and Hertha Berlin have made waves towards the higher reaches of the table in recent seasons. The Bundesliga is an extremely competitive league, and also a more attacking one, with very few teams looking to sit back and defend. It makes for some very exciting football, and this means that the loss of a few players will not damage the product too much.

Bayern will of course look to continue their dominance of German football, but the likes of Dortmund and Leipzig will provide a stern challenge yet again, especially as they both have young players in their squads who could make the step up to the next level in the upcoming campaign. The fact that a German footballing institution like Hamburg SV have been in the second tier for two seasons now is a testament to the competitiveness of the entire German football system, although also emblematic of the problems at Hamburg as well.

There are many young players at Bundesliga clubs who are quite exciting, and the attacking philosophy seen throughout the league means that it is usually a treat to watch for football fans.