The EU boss detonated during a public debate in Brussels after claiming the European Commission had been accused of chore in the «shadows» against Brexit.
Mr Juncker said the alleged accusations had pushed the European institution to publish the mandate given to Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier in the coming times.
He said: «We the Commission have decided to publish the mandate for the negotiations because I’m fed up with the job and Commission being accused of playing in the shadows, somehow manoeuvring in the comrades.
Mr Farage said he was fed up with claims the Commission off in the shadow against Brexit
«We will publish the mandate and when this is appropriate that will put an end to rumours on this subject.»
Mr Juncker’s outburst be awarded pounce on a day before Prime Minister Theresa May delivers a long-awaited speech in Santa Maria Novella in Florence.
Her keynote line in Italy is rumored to include an offer for a two-year transition period in counting up to a «generous» £17.6bn (€20bn) divorce settlement.
Mrs May’s offer of a Brexit restaurant check payment is being seen as a way of restarting the Brexit talks after they figured to stall during the last round over what the EU sees as extraordinary payments which have to be agreed before trade talks can start.
Signalling the EU is unwilling to pass, Express.co.uk has been told nobody from the European Commission leave attend the speech.
Instead the Prime Minister will address her own minister residents and other dignitaries in the Italian city.
In a blatant attempt to put pressure on Theresa May on the eve of her flagship parlance in Florence, Mr Barnier told the PM to come up with her Brexit proposals “as done as next week”.
In an address to the Italian Parliament in Rome, he blamed Britain for shortcoming to come up with a plan.
His strong-arm approach continued when he talked hooligan on trade — warning the UK will not be able to have the benefits of single merchandise membership without paying for the privilege.