The young attacker has an expiring contract at Camp Nou, but is expected to ink an extension in the next few weeks after breaking into the first-team this season
The Spain Under-21 international has an expiring deal at Camp Nou, and clubs such as Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United are believed to be closely monitoring Cuenca's situation.
Nevertheless, Barcelona are not afraid that the youngster will leave the club this summer and expect Cuenca to sign a new deal shortly.
"We will complete Cuenca's renewal shortly," Zubizarreta said in an interview with Catalunya Radio.
The 20-year-old Cuenca made his official first team debut at Barcelona in October 2011, and has since become a regular in head coach Pep Guardiola's squad.
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