Tottenham have been blocked from selling official Jose Mourinho merchandise.

The Daily Mail reports the official club shop is not selling any Mourinho merchandise online, 10 months after his arrival at the club.

On the Spurs website there are hundreds of items available for fans to purchase, from Harry Kane bobbleheads to Son Heung-min flags – and even £1 fridge magnets carrying a picture of their former player Christian Eriksen.

Despite a wealth of options for current and former players, there are still no Mourinho items, despite him being in charge of the team for close to a year.

Tottenham say Mourinho merchandise will be in stock next week – nearly a year after he took the reins last November.

The Portuguese arrived in north London having previously enjoyed enormous success at Spurs’ rivals Chelsea, and the Blues even trademarked his name back in 2005.

The Athletic reports Chelsea officials sought to secure ownership of his name in a deal that runs through until 2025.

The trademark is reportedly filed under five classes of goods, including aftershave, lipstick, slippers and underwear.