One of the long-running transfer sagas this summer, Carrasco’s rumoured move to Arsenal has taken another twist.
The Belgian returned home late from international duty last week, missing the 1-0 defeat to Hebei China Fortune on the Saturday.
Extremely disappointed, the club issued a statement to express their concerns with the 25-year-old’s behaviour.
It read: “Yannick Carrasco of the Dalian Football Club was absent from the away game against Hebei China Fortune and missed training.
“The attitude of some club’s leaders and team-mates towards me is incomprehensible to me”
“The club now imposes the following penalties on him: Order Carrasco to apologise to the team within three days and stop training.
“The club has always attached importance to the team’s discipline construction, and no individual is above the collective. The club treats everyone equally.”
However, Carrasco has hit back at senior officials at the Chinese Super League club, insisting he has been working hard for the team, despite recent comments.
The ex-Atletico Madrid winger also claimed he wants to resolve his ongoing issues with the club and contribute to the team.
Carrasco posted on Twitter: “The attitude of some club’s leaders and team-mates towards me is incomprehensible to me given my commitment and performance with the team so far.
“The team needs me and I want to help the team.
“This problem needs to be solved.”
Carrasco was also left out of the squad for yesterday’s 2-2 draw with Tianjin Quentin.
Ahead of the game, he again took to Twitter to unsuccessfully request that he be reinstated to the match day squad.
He wrote: “For my president and the owner of the club, I want to play this match.
“Unfortunately the staff decide otherwise.”
Arsenal could now look to take advantage of the situation in a bid to offer him a way out from China, but Dalian Yifang are holding out for close to £30m.