Jadon Sancho caused trouble after he blacked out his Instagram account and deleted all his posts.
The forward was a huge disappointment when Gareth Southgate drafted him for a place in England’s World Cup squad earlier this year.
It is not clear if his deletion was the reason for the transparency, nor did he explain why he deleted all the posts.
The 22-year-old, who joined the Manchester club last summer for a whopping £73million, has struggled for form since arriving in England, last season joining the Three Lions in September last year.
It was also recently reported that the 22-year-old It’s a matter of time for Southgate to keep up before failing to make the World Cup squad.
Those who have been invited to Qatar are sharing snaps on social media from their luxury hotels.
Forward Jadon Sancho has deleted all of his Instagram posts and blacked out his profile
The 22-year-old was left out of England’s World Cup squad after a string of poor games.
Jack Grealish and Sancho’s United teammate Harry Maguire appear to be sharing photos of their trip.
Another of Sancho’s club mates, Marcus Rashford, has been left out of the England squad this season after struggling for form and confidence last season.
However, he has had his chance and is currently in Southgate’s 26-man squad in Qatar.
Sancho started this season at United under new manager Erik ten Hag, but was recently left out of the starting XI, with Anthony Elanga wanted out.
He missed four of United’s matches before leaving with an injury.
Sancho, who has been a permanent fixture for Gareth Southgate, was initially left out of the squad in March
England players in Qatar have shared photos of the trip ahead of their first game
Sancho has reportedly arrived for a team meeting ahead of England’s World Cup qualifier in Andorra in October 2021.
Southgate only starts meetings when all the players arrive, so he and his entourage are left to wait. The United man will be left out of the England squad.
The 22-year-old has been capped 23 times by England since making his debut in 2018.
Sancho was part of the team that finished second at Euro 2020, missing a penalty in the final