The Aston Villa midfielder was reportedly the subject of the Frenchman's 'fury.'
Jack Grealish has denied a 'completely inaccurate' story concerning the Aston Villa midfielder on Twitter.
Indeed, a national newspaper suggested there has been a fallout between the 20-year-old and Villa head coach Remi Garde.
But, late on Saturday night, Grealish took to social media to offer his view on the report...
Completely inaccurate story concerning me in the Sunday Mirror & Sunday People. Inventing things!— Jack Grealish (@JackGrealish1) January 24, 2016
The Sunday People's report suggested that Grealish was the subject of a personal telling off from Garde during Villa's FA Cup clash with Wycombe.
The 20-year-old has been disciplined by the Frenchman in the past - after he was pictured out drinking.
Grealish was dropped from the first team thereafter but then allowed back into the squad by Garde, although several pundits criticised this firm approach to management.
But Aston Villa's stance on the current reports are clear, with the club retweeting the youngster through their official Twitter account.
Villa drew 0-0 with West Brom on Saturday afternoon, continuing their mini-revival but still leaving them far short of Premier League safety.