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 By Chris Wright

Bayern Munich poke fun at Mats Hummels for beverage blunder

Laughs were heard around the room as a translator accidentally said Lahm was heading to MLS, instead of Schweinsteiger.

As if dropping his coffee while boarding the team bus wasn't embarrassing enough, Bayern Munich have taken the time to produce a meme-ified version of Mats Hummels' little beverage blunder.

Indeed, the Bavarian giants have given Hummels the 'Shooting Stars' treatment, turning his unfortunate coffee spill into a psychedelic trance music video starring Thomas Muller and a rather rude canine.

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The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers for the summer. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip. 

Kylian Mbappe to Manchester United

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is looking to reshape his attacking options next season with a more youthful...

Bayern Munich's Thomas Muller breaks seemingly infinite goal drought

Carlo Ancelotti discusses how he underestimated Monchengladbach, and the issues they created for Munich to win.

Other than the three points, perhaps the best piece of news to come out of Bayern Munich's 1-0 win at Borussia Moenchengladbach is the fact that Thomas Muller got on the scoresheet. It's his second league goal of the season, his sixth overall. By comparison, last year he notched his sixth in September, the year before it came in October and the one before that in September again. And now we're in March.

Muller's game isn't defined by goals and Ancelotti himself told me that even during the slump,...

 By Chris Wright

Bayern Munich stars find Arjen Robben tantrum at substitution hilarious

Jesse Lingard goes with a Drake-inspired celebration, Mohammed Anas gives a revealing MOTM speech, and more in the Sweeper.

With his team 1-0 up, Arjen Robben found himself being replaced for the final five minutes of Bayern Munich's league game against Borussia Monchengladbach on Sunday evening.

After seeing his number come up, the 33-year-old winger came reluctantly trudging over to the touchline, batting away handshakes and grumbling before slumping in the dugout like a scolded child.

His mood won't have been lightened by his teammates on the bench such as Xabi Alonso, Franck Ribery and Jerome Boateng who found the...

 By Mark Lovell

Muller, Thiago bring Bayern closer to title with narrow win vs. Gladbach

Thomas Muller and Franck Ribery celebrate Bayern's win on Sunday.
Thomas Muller, right, celebrated his 250th Bundesliga appearance by scoring in Bayern Munich's 1-0 win vs. Borussia Monchengladbach.

Thomas Muller celebrated his 250th Bundesliga appearance with the decisive goal as Bayern Munich moved significantly closer to a fifth consecutive league title, opening up a massive 13-point advantage over RB Leipzig with a workmanlike 1-0 away victory vs. Borussia Monchengladbach.

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Their 26th Bundesliga title since 1963 looks all the more likely as Muller doubled his paltry tally for the season with his 93rd career league goal. If he's back in scoring form, surely the Treble is...

 By Mark Lovell

The key to Bayern boss Ancelotti's sideline chill? Naps, of course

Zinedine Zidane and Carlo Ancelotti reflect on their time with each other at Madrid, and their hopes for their quarterfinal.

Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti's chilled and relaxed manner is all down to his matchday sleep ritual if you believe SportBild.

The German magazine claim to have unearthed the secret behind Ancelotti's enduring success. The Italian is said to enjoy a lunchtime nap on matchday, sleeping like clockwork for exactly 100 minutes in the team hotel, before later cool and casually boarding the coach to the stadium -- fully rested.

Ancelotti's managerial career has been as lengthy as it has been illustrious....