Tottenham offered chance to sign Barcelona forward

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Tottenham have been offered the chance to sign Barcelona forward Isaac Cuenca on a season long loan by a third party agent this week, reports The Metro.

Cuenca, who spent a spell at Dutch club Ajax last season, impressed during his time in the Eredivisie and could now be heading to the north London. 

The 22-year-old has previously revealed that he would like to play in the Premier League and with Barcelona reportedly ready to pay half his wages in any loan deal, Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood could now swoop for the rising star. 

The Spurs boss will be hoping to add to his forward options after it was announced that striker Jermain Defoe will be leaving the club for Toronto on February 28

However Sherwood's immediate interest will be on his side's clash with Crystal Palace this weekend. The north London outfit will be hoping to beat Tony Pulis' side in order to continue their decent run of form. 

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