The Football Association have summoned the pair of Manchester United and Manchester City over the post-match altercation between both rivals.
According to a valid report coming from the media, the football governing body has asked for explanations from both Manchester clubs.
And that is for their respective observations aftermath of the spat between both sides after Sunday’s derby at Old Trafford.
There are reports claiming coaches and players fought in the tunnel after City’s 2-1 win at the Theatre of Dreams.
And that same incident has reportedly left the Citizens’ assistant manager, Mikel Arteta with a deep cut to his head.
Other reports have even made a claim that the incident left United manager, Jose Mourinho drained in ‘milk and water.’
This reportedly occurred after Mourinho took exception to what he saw as an excessive celebration from City after the game.
The brouhaha between the two Manchester clubs was, however, not a part of referee Michael Oliver’s report of the derby.
Despite that, though, the FA have now asked both sides to talk about exactly what they know of the incident.
Furthermore, the FA has also given both United and City have until 5 pm on Wednesday to respond to the summon.
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