The Argentina international reportedly missed training on Wednesday after the Portuguese outfit rejected a €20 million bid from the Red Devils, but is now ready to return
target Marcos Rojo
has apologised to Sporting
following his "unprofessional" fallout with the club. Louis van Gaal launched a €20 million [£16m] bid for the Argentina defender earlier this week
, but saw their approach rejected by the Portuguese outfit.
That prompted Rojo to reportedly miss training on Wednesday in a bid to force the move, but 24-year-old has now apologised for his actions and admitted to acting rashly following the failed bid.
"It was all a misunderstanding, I was a hothead. I'm sorry for what happened because I feel that I was unprofessional," he told the club's official TV station. "Now I will try to correct the situation.
"Yes, obviously [I trust the club]. The club trusted me when my career wasn't at its best. They gave me an opportunity to play for a top team in Europe. So I thank Sporting and the people who work here.
"I am very fond of this club. They are the ones that will decide my career, and I hope it will be for the best both for me and the club.
"But I want to stress that I'm very happy at the club, and I like the way I'm treated and the care they give me."
Rojo and Sporting’s president Bruno de Carvalho reportedly nearly came to blows during a meeting earlier this week, a claim the defender vehemently denies.
He continued: "[The claims of violence] are not true. When I saw the papers I was angry, for the way they lied and talked about us.
"I talked to the president this last Friday, we understood each other and I got back on training. Now I’ll play for the first team again, with my team-mates, which pleases me the most."