Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has given his account of what took place during a training session reported as being one he was dismissed from by a member of the team's coaching staff.
It isn't much of an explanation regarding the incident, but rather a firm denial, with the 26-year-old rebuffing the stories that claim he was sent home from training along with a teammate.
According to a story ran by the Liverpool Echo, Schneiderlin and Kevin Mirallas didn't appear to be very interested in what was going on during a session overseen by first team coach Duncan Ferguson on Saturday.
Ferguson asked the pair to leave the training session if they weren't up for it, and it's said that they kindly obliged, leaving the training compound and heading home.
Schneiderlin has since denied the allegations made by the paper, taking to both Twitter and Instagram to reaffirm his commitment to the Merseyside outfit.
“The stories are not true," he posted. "I am fully committed to Everton and will continue to work hard for the Club and the fans in training and on the pitch.”
The Echo, however, are said to be sticking to their original story. So it's really a matter of who you want to believe as the club have offered no explanation and are very unlikely to.