Worry creeping in as player has ‘disappeared’ at Burnley – Manager will be following situation closely

Belgian media is expressing concern over Ameen Al-Dakhil’s status at Burnley, emphasizing his absence in the team’s last five league games. RTBF, a media outlet, reports that the player seems to have ‘disappeared’ from the club. Despite being included on the bench for the Wolverhampton Wanderers match, manager Vincent Kompany did not field him, and he has been excluded from the squads facing Crystal Palace, Arsenal, West Ham, and Sheffield United. The decision to remove the 21-year-old defender from the team reportedly stems from Kompany’s attempts to address defensive issues following Burnley’s challenging start to the season. Despite recovering from a minor


Burnley defender Ameen Al-Dakhil makes Belgium debut | Lancashire Telegraph

injury during the international break, there has been no communication or explanation for Al-Dakhil’s prolonged absence from the squad. RTBF speculates that the player’s situation at Burnley will undoubtedly attract the attention of Belgium manager Domenico Tedesco, who previously considered him a key option to replace Wout Faes in the national team but now sees him facing a challenging period at Turf Moor.

Iraq Football Podcast on X: "🚨 𝗕𝗥𝗘𝗔𝗞𝗜𝗡𝗚 🚨 As per @iraqfpg,  Premier League defender Ameen Al-Dakhil will represent the Iraq national  team. The Burnley player is set to feature for the Lions

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