Belgian-born Ghanaian midfielder Pierre Dwomoh is now a member of Royal Antwerp's reserves after losing his spot in the first team.
Antwerp was very active during the transfer period, signing up to eight players, which has had an impact on Dwomoh's position on the team.
The manager Mark van Bommel does not have plans for the 18-year-old central midfielder, and it is highly unlikely that he will play this season.
Dwomoah is also likely to leave the club on loan before the window shuts.
The exile of Dwomoh has some people puzzled. After all, the midfielder is regarded as having tremendous talent and performed admirably in the 14 games that he was permitted to play last season.
Belgian media claims that the player and the club are both unhappy. Some people in Antwerp dislike Dwomoh's "Haute" attitude.
The teen is regarded as a player with a manual and was released by Genk for that reason. Dwomoh believes that the club does not follow through on its commitments.
He signed a five-year contract with Antwerp in 2021.