MILAN (AP) — Italian bank UniCredit says Andrea Orcel, one of Europe’s leading investment bankers, will replace outgoing CEO Jean Pierre Mustier, who offered his resignation this fall over strategic differences with the board. Orcel, a 57-year-old Italian, faces a shareholder vote before being confirmed in the role running Italy’s largest bank. Orcel spent 20 years at Merrill Lynch, where he helped manage some of the biggest bank mergers n Europe, including the merger of Credito Italiano and UniCredito to form UniCredit in 1998. He most recently ran the UBS Investment bank from 2014-2018 and was slated to take over Spanish bank Santander in 2018, but ended up in a dispute over compensation.
Loading… Read Also: PSG thought about buying Messi- Leonardo“I feel like everything is a process,” added Sancho, who left Manchester City for Dortmund in 2017. “So you’ve got to be patient in what you do. Obviously I took a massive risk coming to Germany.“I had a lot of people doubting me saying why are you leaving City, but I just felt like it was the right time for me, especially after the Euros, because I did well in the Euros.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 “But again, I don’t really look at it that much. For me it’s about doing well for my team and doing well for myself as well. “When I have a s*** game I’m just down. I feel s*** about myself. So I always like having a good game and showing people what I can do. “I know what I can do, and if I play bad then I’m just p***** off with myself. Next game I’ll try and improve on whatever I’ve done wrong.” On the ongoing speculation and whether he wished it would go away, Sancho replied: “No, the media’s the media. They’re always going to try and create a story, but this is how you manage it. “For me, I just focus on my football. I just want to do what’s best for my team and win titles at the end of the day.” Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho discussed his transfer value and rumours regarding his future in Germany. Jadon Sancho said he is humbled by the price tag Borussia Dortmund have placed on him amid reported interest from Manchester United, though the England star preached patience as speculation mounts over his future. United have been strongly linked with a move for Sancho, though Dortmund have repeatedly insisted the 20-year-old sensation will not be sold ahead of the 2020-21 season. Sancho established himself as one of the hottest properties in European football last term after scoring 17 goals and supplying 16 assists for Bundesliga runners-up Dortmund, prompting links to the likes of Real Madrid, Liverpool and Barcelona. As Premier League giants United reportedly continue to try to negotiate with Dortmund – who remain unmoved on their £108million valuation – Sancho told the Soccer Bible: “I guess it’s a nice feeling to be worth so much.Advertisement Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Mind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It AppearedThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Weird Facts About Coffee That Will Surprise You9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo8 Shows That Overstayed Their Welcome
Hull’s FA Cup commitments meant their Premier League clash scheduled for last weekend has been moved, with the same fate befalling the Hammers’ trip to Arsenal as Arsene Wenger’s side face Wigan in their FA Cup semi-final. And Allardyce is knows playing those rearranged games at a time when other clubs’ players can rest up could impact upon his side. “There’s not a huge amount of difference between 10th and the bottom three so that can change very, very quickly,” he said. “Falling games behind is not what you want to do. To make those games up and points up, where others have played games if they’ve picked the points up is a difficult task. “I think we’re going to fall another game behind in a few weeks time when we were scheduled to play Arsenal who are now in the semi-finals of the cup. “It’s going to be a pretty tricky schedule to manage, so we have two weeks off and then we’re going to have to play three games in a week when the opposition won’t have had to do that. “That becomes a difficulty then with the physical capabilities of the players. It’s a pretty difficult situation to manage, more difficult than we would like, but we have to think carefully about how to manage it.” A trip to Stoke on Saturday will give West Ham the chance to get back to winning ways and build up a bigger gap over the other relegation candidates before the fixture congestion hits. Press Association Allardyce saw his side win four games in succession before falling to a 1-0 defeat at Everton ahead of the recent international break. That good run moved West Ham out of the bottom three and up into the top half of the table, although they are only six points clear of 18th-placed Cardiff. West Ham manager Sam Allardyce is wary of a fixture pile-up as the Hammers look to remain clear of the battle for Barclays Premier League survival. But Allardyce knows Mark Hughes’ side pose a big threat – especially in front of their own fans at the Britannia Stadium. “It’s a real tough game for us because their home form has been very, very good, as it was under Tony Pulis,” he said. “I think they’re fifth in the table in terms of home form, only losing two, so it shows you how tough the game is going to be for us. “Everybody has to be at their best on Saturday. They’ve had a good rest, some time with their families then they’ve worked very hard this week to get ready for what they need to do on Saturday to get a good result at Stoke City.” Record signing Andy Carroll is likely to return to the starting line-up for the first time since being sent off in the 2-0 win over Swansea at the beginning of February, while Joey O’Brien and Marco Borriello are Allardyce’s only injury absentees.