Samir Nasri is set to be sacked by Anderlecht after refusing to contact the club during their coronavirus lockdown.
The former Arsenal and Manchester City midfielder flew to Dubai and has failed to contact his employers according to Belgian outlet Derniere Huere.
The Belgian side have asked players to inform them of their movements and training schedule but Nasri has failed to do so.
Every player has reportedly followed the instructions except the ex-Sevilla star.
Nasri was previously banned for 18 months for undergoing an intravenous drip treatment at a Los Angeles clinic while on loan at Sevilla from City.
The playmaker has scored two goals in just eight appearances at Anderlecht with his fitness proving troublesome once again.
The France international was handed a lifeline by his ex-City team-mate Vincent Kompany last summer.
He was a free agent after being released by West Ham and was offered a contract by player-manager Kompany.
The Belgian Pro League was the first major European League to be cancelled due to coronavirus with Club Brugges declared champions.