Arsenal are looking to add some attacking options in this transfer window, and the Spanish club Barcelona may be about to help by offering one of their players on loan. Unfortunately it is not the one we want, David Villa. 21-year old Isaac Cuenca plays more as a winger who cuts inside, but he has been on the sidelines for eight months.
Cuenca has been passed as fully fit by the club’s medical team, but Barcelona have many options in his position, so they are ready to let him go on loan for the rest of the season. He did play 30 games for them last season, but now has Pedro, Tello and Alexis Sanchez to get past.
This would not be an ideal situation for Arsenal, but could give Arsene Wenger an extra option in the Arsenal attack. When, or if, Olivier Giroud is not playing and Theo Walcott moves into the middle, Cuenca could play on the right side of him. He is fast and skilful and could give the Gunners an extra dimension until some permanent additions can be brought into the Emirates in the summer.
According to Marca and the Daily Star, Liverpool and Arsenal are the potential destinations for the player in England, while Valencia are hoping to keep him in the Spanish league. Wenger should offer to take him and improve him, as long as Barca sell us David Villa for £10 million. What do you think Gooners?