Dan Schwartzman, Frankie Dion, Bernardo Silva discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia


For a check of sports from around the world. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, Doc. Diario sport reports that regardless of Frankie Dion leaving Barcelona before the La Liga season begins next weekend, the club leaves they can sign Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva if they can raise more funds on both Manchester United and Chelsea have expressed an interest in Dion, the 25 year old would rather stay a cam no but will not accept a wage reduction as the club is hoping for. Silva is believed to want to move the cat line capital if barce can free up enough money. Manchester United has suffered a shock defeated home to brighten an oval and open their season two to one as Pascal gross scores a brace for Brighton. The only score for the red devil is coming on her own goal in the 68th minute as man you lose his new manager Eric ten hugs Premier League debut. I also Manchester City winning their opener two nil over West Ham as Ellen Holland scores a brace for city in his Premier League debut while Lester city and Brentford play to all draw. In club friendly's event this gets shut up at let it go Madrid four nil as Alvaro morata scores a brace for Atlético, Roma Dominique chuck tordos 5 mil while in the gen gen ber trophy match Barcelona beach pumas 6 zero as Robert Lewandowski scores his first bar to go three minutes into the match. Finally Cleveland dot com reports that browns running back cream hunt is asked to be traded after not receiving a contract extension a request the team has declined. The 27 year old is in the final year of a two year $12 million contract. Last season hunt rushed for 386 yards and 5 touchdowns while playing just 8 games due to injury. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports opd 8. Markets, headlines and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and that Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. As mentioned a little downward pressure here on Asian equities, the MSCI Asia Pacific index down a third of 1%, and we see among the biggest losers of the day. The streets times index in Singapore

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