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Bayern Munich - Royal Family - Starstruck Thierry Henry forgot Arsenal team-mate's name when they met Queen for tea - - France - London
Starstruck Thierry Henry forgot Arsenal team-mate's name when they met Queen for tea
The Queen at Buckingham Palace that he almost started speaking in French and forgot the name of one of his Arsenal team-mates.The iconic former Premier League striker was invited alongside Arsenal players and staff to meet Her Majesty for tea after she was unable to open their newly-constructed Emirates Stadium the previous year.With CBS Sports presenter Kate Abdo paying her respects this week, she opened up the floor for Henry to share his treasured memories of that during their Champions League coverage.READ MORE: Bayern Munich fans protest Queen's death impacting football with Champions League bannerHenry said: "First and foremost, I'm not on social media as you guys know so I haven't had the opportunity to do it, my condolences to the entire Royal Family."I had the opportunity to meet the Queen and I was nervous, as hell."I remember thinking 'I am about to play a game' or something."When you are at Buckingham Palace and you are meeting the Queen - I looked at Julio Baptista and forgot his name! I was like 'who is that?'."It was my duty to introduce everybody (as captain). When you are nervous you want to go back into your own language? I don't think that if I had spoken French it would have worked."Henry went on to explain what the passing of the Queen means to him on a personal level, having spent more than a decade of his life living in London.He added: "It is very difficult to talk about her in the past tense." Concluding: "I am French, I am proud to be French...
Harry Kane - Bayern Munich - Antonio Conte - Daniel Levy - Thomas Tuchel - Robert Lewandowski - Julian Nagelsmann - Todd Boehly - Tottenham have 'preference' of club to sell Harry Kane to if they make transfer U-turn - - Italy - Manchester - Germany
Tottenham have 'preference' of club to sell Harry Kane to if they make transfer U-turn
Tottenham would rather sell Harry Kane to Bayern Munich than to Chelsea should the England skipper push for an exit again.The two clubs are mulling over a move for the 28-year-old, though both acknowledge that prying him away from Tottenham this summer will be no easy feat, particularly as Kane himself doesn't appear to have itchy feet anymore.Tottenham chief Daniel Levy is keen to tie Kane down to a new contract, with his current deal set to expire in 2024, and despite the fact he was desperate to join Manchester City last summer, the club now expect their superstar striker to stay put.READ MORE: Bayern Munich say Harry Kane's their "dream" replacement for Robert LewandowskiThey will only consider a sale if Kane refuses to extend, and if that happens Tottenham will do all they can to prevent him from signing for a Premier League rival, according to German outlet BILD.Having just lost Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona, Bayern are in desperate need of firepower and see Kane as the perfect replacement. Bayern boss Julian Nagelsmann recently admitted that he'd love to bring Kane to the Allianz Arena, prompting an angry response from Tottenham manager Antonio Conte."For sure, I am a coach that does not speak about other players at other teams," the Italian fumed during a recent pre-season press conference.
Cristiano Ronaldo - Bayern Munich - Man Utd bosses 'privately accept' Cristiano Ronaldo's future despite Erik ten Hag stance - - Manchester - Netherlands - Madrid - Saudi Arabia - Beyond
Man Utd bosses 'privately accept' Cristiano Ronaldo's future despite Erik ten Hag stance
Manchester United bosses have privately accepted Cristiano Ronaldo's future despite Erik ten Hag's stance.The veteran forward handed in a transfer request earlier this summer and has yet to report back for training ahead of the new Premier League season. However, Ten Hag has remained adamant that Ronaldo will remain at Old Trafford beyond the end of the transfer window and is a part of the Dutch manager's plans this season.It appears that those above Ten Hag at United have different plans, though, with The Mirror reporting that club bosses believe keeping Ronaldo at the club would jeopardise the rest of the squad.READ MORE: Cristiano Ronaldo's record for most shirt sales in a single day has been brokenTen Hag has built a strong harmony within the squad since his arrival earlier this summer and has removed the problematic cliques from the dressing room.The club fear that Ronaldo's return would undo the work Ten Hag has already done, with United prepared to part company with the five-time Balon d'Or winner.Ronaldo has already turned down the chance to play in Saudi Arabia, with an unnamed club reportedly offering him £211million spread across two seasons.Atletico Madrid are also interested in his services, with Chelsea and Bayern Munich said to have turned down the chance to sign him already.Will Cristiano Ronaldo leave Manchester United this summer? Let us know in the comments section below.United are thought to be willing to loan Ronaldo out for a season, provided he agrees to extend his contract.
Bayern Munich - Kurt Zouma - German legend Thomas Muller slammed for selling horse semen with his wife - - Germany - county Thomas
German legend Thomas Muller slammed for selling horse semen with his wife
Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller and his wife have been slammed for selling horse semen.In a week dominated by news of Kurt Zouma shamefully abusing his cat and Chris Kirkland outlandishly comparing it to racism, things have gotten even stranger with former World Cup winner Muller and wife Lisa coming under fire from animal rights organisation PETA.Muller and Lisa, a champion dressage rider, own a farm and reportedly use the horses as studs, selling frozen horse semen for €200 (£168) a pop.But PETA have now condemned their practices after Muller revealed recently that one of their horses was injured in the process.Muller said: "Sadly we have bad news. Our favourite D'Avie will not be available in the next months."Unfortunately he slipped during a test attempt to prepare for the breeding season, and dramatically fell on his side."He suffered an injury in the hoof area, and will need to rest completely for the next few months."He's a tough lad, and it could have been worse."Do you think using horses to sell their semen is immoral? Let us know in the comments section.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.