Cuéllar came through the youth ranks of Athletic de Bilbao, but managed only to play 14 games without scoring a single goal from 2000–02, eventually leaving the club. His debut with the first came on 20 December 2000, coming as a late substitute in a 1–1 home draw against Valencia CF.
After two seasons at Elche CF and two at Gimnàstic de Tarragona in the second division, Cuéllar made a comeback to La Liga with the Catalan side in 2006–07 (scoring his first goal in the top level on 24 September 2006, in a 2–2 home draw with Racing de Santander), before earning himself a move back to Athletic for the 2007–08 season, where he only appeared on seven occasions.
Subsequently, Cuéllar joined Real Murcia, freshly relegated to division two, appearing rarely in his debut year. On 31 August 2009, he was loaned for a season to another side in that category, UD Salamanca, being released by the former in the following off-season.
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