Possible Man United line up next season with Pogba but NO Rooney

first_img 11 Wide forward: Henrikh Mkhitaryan – In Mkhitaryan – signed for about £26m – they have one of the most creative footballers around. Left back: Luke Shaw – He suffered a terrible injury last season, but is back in training. Holding midfielder: Morgan Schneiderlin – One thing about Mourinho is that he seems to favour a player sitting in front of the back four, uninterested in bombing forward whose only goal is to defend. Schneiderlin could be that man. 11 11 11 11 Central midfield: Ander Herrera – United fans could be seeing Herrera and Pogba switching between attack and defence, though Mourinho has said Rooney will be either a no.9 or 10 so we may see a battle for the position between him and his Spanish team-mate. Wide forward: Anthony Martial – Martial was a success following his £36m transfer from Monaco. Goalkeeper: David De Gea – click the arrow above, right, to see a possible Man United starting line-up for next season without Wayne Rooney – With blockbuster arrivals and more rumoured to be on the way, is this how Man United could line up next season? Manager Jose Mourinho will be glad De Gea stayed given his presence in goal, though is there room for Wayne Rooney in the starting line up? 11 Jose Mourinho has insisted Man United captain Wayne Rooney will not feature in his midfield next season.Paul Pogba is said to be close to a £100m transfer, which would rule him out of that box-to-box role, while he is not going to be a striker following Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s arrival.Old Trafford supremo Mourinho said he sees Rooney’s best position as a no.9 or 10, but with Ander Herrera there, plus the additions of Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Ibrahimovic where does it leave him?Here, talkSPORT looks at a possible XI without the United veteran. 11 11 11 Centre back: Eric Bailly – If it’s decided the centre back, who joined for £30m, isn’t ready for the Premier League then there are options in Daley Blind and Phil Jones if he can stay fit. 11 11 Central midfield: Paul Pogba – Pogba is edging closer to a £100m move and with a player like Schneiderlin next to him, the France ace would be free to surge forward and cause the opposition all sorts of problems. This could prove problematic for Wayne Rooney given Mourinho said he won’t be playing in midfield next season, while the striker role seems to be filled. Striker: Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Marcus Rashford is likely to learn a lot from Ibrahimovic and Mourinho said the two can complement each other to form a decent partnership. Centre back: Chris Smalling – Last season Smalling appeared to cement his place as first choice centre back. Right back: Matteo Darmian – His hardworking attributes suggest he’s a player Mourinho would favour. last_img read more

Urban Lending Solutions Recruits Business Development Leaders

first_imgNew,Urban Lending Solutions Recruits Business Development Leaders Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Investors Lenders & Servicers Movers & Shakers Processing Service Providers 2013-10-04 Tory Barringer in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing Sharecenter_img In Colorado, “”Urban Lending Solutions””:http://www.urban-ls.com/home (ULS) announced the hiring of industry experts Ken Harthausen and Julie Bussey.[IMAGE][COLUMN_BREAK]Harthausen was brought on as SVP and strategic sales executive, positions from which he will oversee development and growth of strategic accounts. Formerly, he was president of the correspondent lending department at New Day Division, a subsidiary of Chrysalis Holdings. While there, he was responsible for setting the strategic direction, growing origination and reverse mortgage volumes, and increasing the division’s revenue by millions.As SVP of business development, Bussey will also be responsible for ULS’ strategic accounts. She previously worked at Integrated Asset Services, where she held the titles of EVP of sales and marketing and senior director of business development. Prior to that, she held various sales positions in the mortgage industry for more than 15 years, negotiating multi-million dollar agreements with Fortune 500 and government accounts. October 4, 2013 472 Views last_img read more