The Wilpons are turning the page on the Steve Cohen saga.

Mets COO Jeff Wilpon cited confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements as the reason why he will not be commenting on the sale of the team to the hedge fund billionaire falling through.

“As spring training begins, on behalf of ownership, we would like to share more information explaining why the proposed transaction has ended, however due to confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements we are unable to do so at this time,” Wilpon said in a statement. “So right now, I believe we need to focus on the future and not in the past and that’s what we intend to do. We would like to assure our fans that we will continue our commitment to winning in 2020 and beyond and we’ll work hard to earn and maintain everyone’s confidence and trust.

‘We’ll be moving forward to find a new transaction. We will not be giving details or updates on the timeline or process until we are prepared to make a public announcement. Thank you, that’s all I can say for now.”

Monday afternoon, Wilpon took reports on a tour of the Mets’ renovated spring training facility. When the subject of a potential sale arose, Wilpon said “I’m sticking by my statement.” A reporter followed by asking if Wilpon has stopped to consider this might be his last spring training worth the club, Wilpon said “I am sticking by my statement.”

The proposed sale of the Mets to Cohen, in which he agreed to buy 80 percent of the team for $2.6 billion, recently fell apart after Cohen grew concerned about not having control over the direction of the franchise.