The Daily Star says Giggs said he would not let the clubâ€™s arch rivals book a table at Georgeâ€™s in Worsley, Manchester, which he opened seven months ago.
Giggs, 40, said the reason was that one of his business partners in the trendy restaurant was a â€śmassiveâ€ť United fan who attended every match and could not stand to serve Cityâ€™s players.
The ban was revealed on Twitter by United We Stand fanzine boss Andy Mitten.
But Giggsâ€™s former team-mate Gary Neville, 39, with whom he owns CafĂ© Football in London, said he would allow Cityâ€™s stars to have a meal there.
â€śOf course, they just overpay and leave early!! Perfect for a restaurant! Haha,â€™â€™ Neville tweeted.
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