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Daily Schmankerl: Thomas Müller offers butt kicking to David Alaba when they meet next; Inter Milan’s Achraf Hakimi won’t go to Bayern Munich or Arsenal; Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho would “love” to play for Manchester United; and MORE!

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Müller jokes of “regret” and “butt kicking” as Alaba leaves (AS)

Bayern Munich star Thomas Müller will miss David Alaba next season.

Alaba is expected to be suiting up for Real Madrid in the near future, but that won’t stop Müller from a little banter with his friend and ex-teammate:

“I’m not 100% sure which club it will be — not that it really matters, you’ll regret it!” he joked, before following up with more banter, “If we find ourselves on opposite sides, I’ll kick your butt.”

Hakimi not leaving Inter (@FabrizioRomano)

Inter Milan right-back Achraf Hakimi had become quite a popular figure on the transfer market, but according to Fabrizio Romano, the 22-year-old will not be going anywhere despite links to Bayern Munich and Arsenal.

Hakimi’s speed and offensive aptitude have made him a favorite target for many teams, but it appears he is set on staying with Inter:

Lewandowski gifts flowers to Krüger (Sport Bild)

Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski received flowers from the club for his record-breaking achievement on Saturday, but the Polish Hitman quickly re-gifted them to a very important person at the club: team manager Kathleen Krüger.

The Bayern star celebrated with a special woman: team manager Kathleen Krüger (36). She is the heart of the team and is currently on maternity leave (she is expecting her first child). Nevertheless, she did not miss the season finale and was given a gift by the world footballer.

The record bouquet that the Pole received from boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (65) went directly to Kathleen. White roses and red gerberas for the woman who has been the good soul in the background of professionals for years.

Sancho would “love” move to Manchester United per Romano (Sunday Express)

Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano said that Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho would “love” to play for Manchester United during an appearance on the You Tube show, “The United Stand”:

Romano told The United Stand: “It’s an open race. What I’m told is it’s an open race. Last summer Manchester United were alone in the race, they had the opportunity to sign Sancho.

“They were really close and they didn’t sign him. Now United are in the race, the player loves the opportunity of joining Manchester United so his position is not changing.

“He would love to join Manchester United. But also Liverpool are looking at the player if they sell some players in attacking positions.

“Let’s see what happens with Chelsea. At the moment I’m told Chelsea have not had anything official with his agents or with Borussia Dortmund.

Haaland’s outfit for Monaco is wild (@ErlingHaaland)

Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland was traveling to the Monaco Grand Prix and his attire was kind of wild:

Mbappe is not for sale (kicker)

Paris Saint-Germain star Kylain Mbappe is not going anywhere per club president Nasser Al Khelaifi:

PSG boss Nasser Al Khelaifi has once again declared Kylian Mbappé not for sale. “He is and he will remain a PSG player. His future does not worry me at all.” Mbappé himself had said at Canal Plus immediately after losing the championship: “I want to be where I can really win, with a solid project around me.” The 22-year-old’s contract runs until 2022.

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