The Egyptian icon and Adidas Global athlete will not be showcasing his talents in Qatar at the World Cup.

Mohamed Salah

Norwegian superstar and current Premier League top scorer is already in the top echelon of English Football. Since signing for Manchester City, he has 18 goals and 3 assists in 13 games for his club.

Erling Haaland

The former Chelsea striker is having a redemption season back in the Bundesliga, having rejoined his former club RB Leipzig, in the summer on a four-year deal.

Timo Werner

The exclusion of a player with 180 caps, i.e most in the history of the Spanish national team might come as a shock to many neutrals.

Sergio Ramos

The elegant Spanish midfielder was amongst the few star Spanish footballers to not receive a call-up to the La Roja squad led by Manager Luis Enrique.

Thiago Alcantara

The Liverpool and Portugal forward is a big name missing the Qatar World Cup. 

Diogo Jota

The Chelsea and England star is amongst the key names to miss out on the big stage in Qatar, having sustained a devastating knee injury, while playing in a group stage game against AC Milan on 11 October.

Reece James

World Cup winner in 2018 with his native France, and Chelsea’s midfield Dynamo will be a huge miss for his nation given his crucial performances for both and country and winning the Premier League, and Champions League amongst other trophies.

N’Golo Kante

The Seria A winner with AC Milan last season, would be disappointed to not make Gareth Southgate’s England squad, announced last Thursday. 

Fikayo Tomori

The Roma striker and former Chelsea striker is a surprising name to be excluded from the hugely talented England squad.

Tammy Abraham