Barcelona star's comments spark Arsenal v Tottenham bidding war

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Barcelona starlet Isaac Cuenca has opened the door to an exit from his current club in the summer, thus sparking a potential bidding war between Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool.

According to the Daily Star the Spanish youngster has told how he is unhappy with his lack of game-time and therefore angling for a move away from the Nou Camp before the start of the next campaign. Having risen to relative prominence under former Barca boss Pep Guardiola, the 23-year-old has seen his opportunities in the first-team drastically cut since his departure and this season didn’t manage a single appearance.

He told reporters: “I still have one year of contract left, but I do not know if I will stay. What I want is to play more."

It’s thought that the Premier League trio of Spurs, Arsenal and Liverpool all could now be ready to make moves to sign the forward, as each of them are looking to strengthening during the summer.

If he does leave Cuenca is not likely to be the only Catalan ace moving to pastures new as a long list of players have been linked with the exit door. The likes of Cesc Fabregas, Pedro and Cristian Tello could all join him in the Premier League as Barca begin an anticipated revamp of their squad.

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