Manchester City winger Leroy Sane has been released from national duty over ‘private reasons’.
Sane was left out from Germany’s World Cup squad which was met by huge controversy by supporters as well as media.
Sane’s departure was announced by Germany FA via Twitter after a conversation with boss Joachim Low.
Sane came on as a second-half substitute in the 83rd minute of Germany’s 0-0 draw with France in the Nations League.
Sane has not started a single game for Manchester City this season and he would he hoping to hit the ground running soon as City face Fulham next weekend.
Meanwhile, national team teammate Toni Kroos has not hold back his words – filling in criticism for Leroy and his body language.
Real Madrid midfielder Kroos said: ‘Sometimes you have the feeling with Leroy’s body language that it is all the same whether we win or lose.
‘He has to improve his body language. He’s a player who has everything you need to be world-class player but sometimes you have to tell him he has to perform better.’