Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has departed the Belgium international camp due to injury.
This week Roberto Martinez’s Belgium will play their first pair of fixtures since the summer’s World Cup.
Belgium had an impressive campaign in Russia, finishing 3rd after beating England in the meaningless play-off, and will look to continue improving ahead of the European Championships in 2020.
They face Scotland in a friendly clash on Friday night before opening their UEFA Nations League campaign against Iceland next Tuesday.
However, Martinez will have to make do without midfielder Fellaini.
The Belgian FA announced this week that 30-year-old Fellaini was set to miss both of the country’s upcoming fixtures.
— Belgian Red Devils (@BelRedDevils) 5 September 2018
According to the Evening Standard, Fellaini has picked up a minor back problem and has returned to United’s Carrington training base for treatment.