Dan Schwarzman, U.S., Christian Pulisic discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia


Time for a check of sport from around the world here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. Calcium mercantile reports that Juventus has made contact with Chelsea regarding the availability of United States international Christian Pulisic who has only made one star so far for the blues in their first 8 matches. Reports though say Stanford bridge has no plans to move the 24 year old while sources say that Chelsea would be looking for a via €35 million if they were to entertain moving pulisic. The U.S. men's national team suffering a scoreless draw versus Saudi Arabia in a friendly and mercy of Spain in its final match before November's World Cup. The U.S. has struggled recently winning just once while losing three times in playing to three draws in its final 7 matches while being held without a goal in 6 of them. The U.S. will next play its first group stage match the World Cup on November 21st against Wales. Spain has advanced the nation's final four next year with a one zero win over Portugal as Alvaro morata scores the AV minute. Elsewhere Switzerland beats the Czech Republic two to one, sweetness Slovenia Plato won all draw while Serbia shuts out Norway to nil. The New York Giants losing wide receiver Sterling shepherd for the rest of this season after the 29 year old suffered a torn ACL in his left knee and Monday nights lost to the cowboys. Shepherd has only played 29 games in the previous three years due to various injuries. Finally, Chicago Bulls guard Lonzo Ball will have arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on Wednesday as ball says he can't run or jump without feeling discomfort. The 24 year old has already had two operations on the same niece since 2018. And Dan schwarzman met your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business live. Well, Asian equities are expected to post some losses today earlier we had U.S. stocks, finishing up a volatile session in the red, but it wasn't as bad as it might have been, although we did have broad gains during the session, which were given up into the close. If you look at the gains in Asia yesterday, and then the fact that Wall Street finished flat today, I suppose you can take a little bit of heart as some of the most aggressive selling appears to have paused. You had both Charlie Evans and Neil kashkari today. Fed presidents admitting

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