Yes, Kiko is an offensive player, right winger or right side attacking midfielder. That's why they are trying to sign another RB supposedly for Barca B. But it also points to a couple other things (1) how hard it can be to get PT even on the B squad (Kiko made 34 Liga appearances for Hercules their most recent season in the first division before joining Barca B, and 35 the year before when they won promotion from Segunda) he did get 30 appearances for Barca B last year so not all bad but he was judged by many a disappointment (only 5 goals, not considered the brightest light on B, Cuenca and Tello got promotions that some thought Kiko might have gotten when season started); and (2) the trend of Barca to move players with great technique back to be defenders - something we've seen with Mascherano (DM to CB), with JDS (attacking midfielder to DM and even RB), Toure (also attacking midfielder to DM to CB though the latter due to injuries/suspensions), Busquets (DM to CB albeit without great results), even Pique was a DM now playing CB; even new Barca players Jordi Alba and Adriano (from wingers to fullbacks) and Barca target Javi Martinez went from midfielder to CB; Keita too went from attacking/box-to-box midfielder to mainly getting PT at DM. Basically, as has been talked about elsewhere, Barca seemingly wants to play 10 midfielders at once, 10 players with the utmost technique/on-the-ball skills and stamina playing at all times so that they can freely overlap and all can contribute to breaking down the proverbial bus we often face. Amongst the forwards we see this with Messi adopting a false 9 position and dropping deep, or alternatively with Cesc or Iniesta playing up front. So moving Kiko back just might be what he needs to see his Barca career blossom. Then again he's got Alves, Montoya, and Adriano in front of him at RB, and Balliu in front at RB for Barca B. Maybe he just needed a year with Barca to more fully adapt and we'll see him shine offensively this season.