Several posts on Stumptown Footy have argued for a big striker up front. Whether or not that's right, it sounds like it's not going to happen. CP is quoted on a Yahoo news site:
"I don't think you need to play with a big number nine. I think there's a myth that the nine, it has to be a big, tall guy. That's old school. You look nowadays, and guys like (Liverpool striker Luis) Suarez, he's not big, but he plays the nine. You look even in MLS, at guys like (Montreal's Marco) Di Vaio, (former Whitecaps striker and 2013 Golden Boot winner) Camilo; these guys are small guys. They do it through being technical, being smart, good movement. My prototypical nine isn't a big, tall slow guy. It doesn't work for us. We need a guy that's mobile, that can press. A guy that's active, that can stretch."
Sounds like instead we'll have Urruti and other players in his mold (Fernández, Tshuma, maybe Nagbe) up top.