Radja Nainggolan has insisted he is yet to make a decision on his future with Belgium after he was quoted as saying he has retired from international football due to disagreements with coach Roberto Martinez.
The all-action Roma midfielder is regarded as one of the best in the world in his position, but Martinez caused a shock by omitting him from his squad for upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Gibraltar and Greece.
Nainggolan then gave a fiery interview to a Belgian newspaper in which he discussed his issues with Martinez and reportedly said it "makes no sense" to keep fighting for a spot in the squad, adding he was "going to stop international football now".
But there has been another twist in the tale, with the 29-year-old taking to his official Twitter account on Saturday to backtrack and claim he has not made a final decision.
Als er iets OFFICIEEL gezegd zal worden zul je het wel van mij horen... ben enkel teleurgesteld. Ik heb helemaal niets beslist. — Radja Nainggolan (@OfficialRadja) August 26, 2017
He said: "If something official is to be said, you will hear it from me. I'm just disappointed. I have not decided anything at all."