Chilean star Alexis Sanchez unfollowed his Arsenal team mate Mohamed El-Neny after Egyptian central midfielder tweeted about his absence from the World Cup.
El-Neny qualified with the Egyptian National team to Russia 2018 after they beat Congo in Brazzaville to join German Mesut Ozil and Skodran Mustafi, Frenchmen Olivier Giroud, Alexandre Lacazette and Laurent Koscielny, as well as Spaniards Hector Bellerin, Nacho Monreal and Colombian David Ospina.
"I'm sorry, my friend Sanchez, you have no place with us," Neny wrote on his official Twitter account.
Chile were close to qualifying for the World Cup, but after they lost 3-0 to Brazil in the final round and Argentina won while Colombia and Peru drew the team was eliminated.
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry last week pointed out that there are problems in the club’s dressing room.
Speaking after the Arsenal and Crystal Palace's recent league match Henry said that there is a clear indication of a split in the dressing room after Sanchez celebrated his goal alone with his team mates refusing to join him.
Since the 29-year-old refused to extend his contract with the club, problems have started to emanate between Sanchez and his team mates.
The star is expected to entertain suitors in the midseason transfer window in January.