Jaime: Spurs want to sign me
Real Valladolid goalkeeper Jaime claims Tottenham are interested in signing him this summer but the club's sporting director says there have been no formal offers.
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Jaime helped Valladolid to promotion to the Primera Liga last season via the Segunda Division play-offs.
The 31-year-old keeper has plenty of experience under his belt after beginning his professional career with Spanish club Valdepenas back in 1998.
The Spaniard claims Andre Villas-Boas' Spurs and other clubs are chasing his signature and says he would be open to taking the next step in his career.
He told Sky Sports: "That is true. Spurs and other clubs are interested.
"The situation is in the hands of my agent and Valladolid. I am happy here but it is normal to desire to improve as a professional."
Jaime would provide competition for first-choice keeper Brad Friedel at White Hart Lane under new boss Andre Villas-Boas.
Reports suggest the Spaniard caught the eye of Spurs last season but the club's sporting director, Alberto Marcos, claims no concrete bids have been made.
He said: "We still do not have a formal proposition on the table."