Borussia Dortmund have reportedly joined the race for the signature of RB Leipzig star Timo WernerThe 22-year-old forward is highly-rated in German football and has been strongly linked with a switch to Bayern Munich.Last week, Leipzig chief executive Oliver Mintzlaff announced he will sell Werner if he refuses to sign a contract extension due to his current deal expiring in June 2020.Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.But Bild reports that Bayern may be set for some hefty competition from title rivals Dortmund in the battle for Werner’s services.The report adds that Dortmund believe the Germany international will fit in well in their system due to his explosive pace, quick feet and scoring ability.Premier League sides Liverpool and Tottenham have also been linked with a move for Werner, who has scored 11 times in 17 Bundesliga games for Leipzig this season.
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Share Kena Betancur/AFP/Getty ImagesPeople walk by a Panera Bread in Manhattan in 2015.Panera Bread has announced it is preemptively recalling all of the 2 ounce and 8 ounce cream cheese products sold at its 2,000 U.S. locations. The fast-casual chain said it had made its decision “out of an abundance of caution” after samples of one of its cream cheese varieties tested positive for Listeria monocytogenes.The company notes that “no illnesses have been reported.”“The safety of our guests and associates is paramount, therefore we are recalling all cream cheese products sold in the U.S. with an active shelf life. We have likewise ceased all manufacturing in the associated cream cheese facility,” Blaine Hurst, Panera’s president and CEO, said in a statement released Sunday.He added that “only one variety of 2-ounce cream cheese from a single day yielded the positive result” — though the company is including at least 10 varieties across both sizes in its voluntary recall:“Affected 2 oz. Cream Cheese Varieties (example pictured below): Plain Cream Cheese, Reduced-Fat Plain Cream Cheese, Reduced-Fat Chive & Onion Cream Cheese, Reduced-Fat Honey Walnut Cream Cheese, Reduced-Fat Wild Blueberry Cream Cheese.“Affected 8 oz. Cream Cheese Varieties (example pictured below): Plain Cream Cheese, Reduced-Fat Plain Cream Cheese, Reduced-Fat Chive & Onion Cream Cheese, Reduced-Fat Honey Walnut Cream Cheese, Reduced-Fat Wild Blueberry Cream Cheese.”Panera Bread CompanyPanera Bread provided images of the varieties of 8 oounce cream cheese included in the recall, including this shot of plain.All of the varieties with an expiration date on or before April 2 have been included in the recall.Listeria, a type of foodborne bacteria, has prompted several widespread recalls in the U.S. in recent years — including 2016, when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recalled more than 350 frozen vegetable and fruit products at major grocers across the country.Panera Bread CompanyChive and onion is one of the varieties of 2 ounce cream cheese Panera Bread is preemptively recalling.At the time, Lydia Zuraw of Kaiser Health News explained the deadly dangers of a possible listeria outbreak:“Most healthy immune systems can keep an infection at bay, but if the bug makes it into the bloodstream, it causes listeriosis and kills 1 in 5 victims.“Older adults, pregnant women, newborns and those with weakened immune systems are at higher risk of infection. People 65 and older are four times more likely to get sick from listeria than the general population, and pregnant women — who may not develop listeriosis themselves but whose babies could be threatened — are 10 times more likely.”A listeria outbreak earlier this month in South Africa killed dozens of people and sickened hundreds more, after a poultry abattoir spread the bug into the wider population. Reuters, citing a food microbiologist, reported that the outbreak “appeared to be the biggest ever recorded.”Panera Bread, for its part, said the listeria found in its own varieties of cream cheese appears to be contained: “Tests on cream cheese samples manufactured both before and after the production run in question have all come back negative,” the company explained in its announcement.For now, the recall affects Panera Bread locations in the U.S. only. Customers who purchased their cream cheese in Canada and elsewhere can continue to spread and dip as they wish.Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.