Outcast Mesut Ozil has accused Arsenal of a lack of loyalty after being left out of the 25 man Premier League squad, named on Tuesday evening.
In a statement posted on his official Twitter account to his 25 million followers on Wednesday, the 32-year-old said he was "saddened" by the decision - another blow after he was left out of their Europa League plans last week.
Ozil, who is the highest-paid player in Arsenal's history raking in £350k per week, appears to have played his last game for the club after Mikel Arteta leaft him out of the official squad list for the 2020/21 campaign.
"I'm really deeply disappointed by the fact that I have not been registered for the Premier League season for the time being.
"Upon signing my new contract in 2018, I pledged my loyalty and allegiance to the club that I love, Arsenal, and it saddens me that this has not been reciprocated.
"As I have just found out, loyalty is hard to come by nowadays. I've always tried to remain positive from week to week that there's maybe a chance to get back in the squad soon again. That's why I kept silent so far."
The German World Cup winner featured in every Premier League game under boss Arteta until last season was halted due to the coronavirus crisis - and has not played since.