Is it unusual to have two radio sources so close together within an IR saturated source?
The bright IR source in the lower left quadrant of this image is a star and is partly obscuring what may be a cluster of galaxies in the background. The faint pair of radio sources might have a more distant origin than this, though, as they do not seem to have an optical counterpart. It is not unusual for foreground stars to obscure [radio] galaxies, see, e.g. http://radiotalk.galaxyzoo.org/#/subjects/ARG0001p2k