Yerry Mina’s Time Over At Everton?

Yerry Mina, 26, joined the Toffees from Barcelona in a £28.5million bargain in 2018. Everton are likewise watching out for another attendant as Swede Robin Olsens credit from Roma closes soon. Then, Mina, who scored against England in the World Cup, has made some blended memories on Merseyside with wounds and some conflicting structure. 

The transcending protector as of late returned following a calf issue he got in Everton’s 3-1 loss to Manchester City in February.

The report asserts that the Colombian appears to be set to leave Goodison Park toward the finish of the period and that a transition to Serie A is high up on his plan with any semblance of Inter Milan and Fiorentina said to have been alarmed. 

While the transcending protector has made nineteen beginnings for Carlo Ancelotti’s side up until this point, he has missed the last five of the last six games through injury, making his re-visitation of activity against Crystal Palace the previous evening. 

Urgently, the initial three games he missed with a calf issue saw Everton keep three clean sheets in prevails upon Liverpool, Southampton and West Brom, with Michael Keane and Ben Godfrey marshaling the protection. 

As indicated by sources the 26-year-old is beaten by Keane, Godfrey and Mason Holgate for block attempts per game and just makes a bigger number of tackles over similar period than Keane when considering just Everton’s focal protectors. 

As of now evaluated at £18m by Transfermarkt, Mina is accepted to procure around £120k-per-week and has two years to run on his agreement. 

Considering that, selling him this mid year could be the last opportunity to recover a portion of the £27.19m they spent on Mina in 2018. By permitting him to enter the last year of his arrangement the following summer, Everton risked seeing his worth drop significantly further. 

Ancelotti was enthusiastic about a move for Napoli’s Kalidou Kouliably and that the Italian would be upheld with cash this mid year. 


To be sure, by selling Mina, they would at any rate let loose some sizable wages and possibly permit them to push to sign the Napoli star for what talkSPORT’s Alex Crook proposed would be a ‘significantly marked down’ sticker price. 

Named one of the ‘best focus moves on the planet’ by Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland when addressing Norwegian outlet VG (by means of Football Italia) back in December, the Senegalese plug would be one more marquee expansion at Everton following the 2020 catch of James Rodriguez.