Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has seemingly accused Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola of lying ahead of the Manchester derby this weekend.
Guardiola recently claimed that midfielder David Silva is a doubt for the big clash this weekend, something Mourinho apparently does not believe.
When asked about his own team's current injuries, the Portuguese sarcastically gave an update on the United players who will miss Sunday's match, insisting he will not tell any "David Silva" stories.
"You want the truth or what do you want? You want the truth," he said, according to ESPN.
"The truth is Eric Bailly, no chance for the weekend, Phil Jones a chance, (Marouane) Fellaini a chance, Zlatan (Ibrahimovic) a big chance and (Nemanja) Matic is injured but will play for sure. I'm telling the truth, he's injured but will play for sure. (Michael) Carrick, no chance.
"No stories of (Alexandre) Lacazette or David Silva. All the truth."
United will be looking to close the eight-point gap between themselves and City, who are still unbeaten in the Premier League this season, on SUnday.
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