After teammate Mason Greenwood had all criminal allegations against him dropped, Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag urged his players to concentrate on the game of football.
Charges against the 21-year-old were dropped, according to the Crown Prosecution Service, on Thursday after key witnesses withdrew.
Greenwood is still under club suspension, so United will “conduct its own process” before determining what to do.
In January 2022, Greenwood was detained after claims involving pictures and recordings.
Later, he was accused of trying to rape a woman, acting in a controlling and coercive manner, and assault resulting in serious bodily harm.
The forward, who has made one appearance for England, was immediately barred from playing or practicing with the Old Trafford club after the claims became public at the start of 2022.
When asked about his thoughts on the Greenwood situation, Ten Hag responded, “No. Nothing. I can’t add nothing, I refer to the statement of the club.”
The Dutchman continued, “As I said, in this moment, I can’t give a comment about the process.
“I can’t say anything about it, I refer to the statement of the club and, at this moment, I can’t add anything.”