The winger was one of the stars of this years European under 21 Championships in Israel.
Real Madrid winger Jese Rodriguez has given Tottenham hope that they can sign him by saying that he doesn’t know if he will stay at the Spanish giants this summer, Sky Sports reports.
Although the winger had an excellent season for Real Madrid’s B team, scoring 22 goals, the player wants to get an opportunity to play first team football and doesn’t think he will get the chance if stays in the Spanish capital.
Jese’s contract also runs out in 2014, meaning he could leave for free next summer.
The 20 year old has confessed that he could leave the Bernabeu in search of first team football if he is not part of manager Carlo Ancelotti’s plans for next season.
“I want to play, and I don’t know if I’ll get many minutes in the Real Madrid first team,” Jese is quoted as saying in the Spanish media.
Earlier in July, the player said that he planned to have discussions with the Real hierarchy about his future at the club.
Spurs are thought to be interested in Jese, with manager Andre Villas-Boas looking to add quality attacking options to his squad during the summer transfer window.
With Jese being in the last year of his contract, Spurs could sign the winger for a relatively low price.