​​Tottenham Hotspur head coach, Jose Mourinho, has hit out at Antonio Conte and ​Inter's very public pursuit of Christian Eriksen.

Conte has talked about the possibility of signing the Spurs midfielder, whose contract expires in the summer. Eriksen has been linked with a move away from Tottenham since the summer and finally looks to be on his way out of the north London club.

Conte is reported to have said: "Eriksen? We have to go to people who have already had a career, who are at the end of their contracts."

And in true Mourinho style, the Portuguese manager reignited his feud with Conte, criticising the Inter boss for discussing the midfielder publicly.

"I think Antonio, I think Antonio. I think it was publicly. He is very positive that Eriksen is coming to Inter," Mourinho told UK newspapers, via ​The Guardian.

The Portuguese coach concluded, "We shouldn't speak about players from other clubs until they become our players. If Inter are confident, they are confident because they are ready to make us an offer, which didn't happen yet. So when I see people speaking, especially people with responsibilities, I am a little bit surprised."

Inter have reportedly offered €10m (£8.5m) for Eriksen and they are prepared to go higher, with sources in Italy claiming a deal has been agreed at €15m. However, Mourinho reiterated that Inter had not made an offer, perhaps meaning they had not made a serious one, and he added that Eriksen would be selected for the Saturday lunchtime kick-off at ​Watford.