The 2018 FIFA World Cup was a high point, with the player a revelation with his aerial prowess.
Mina has signed on a permanent five-year deal worth €30million (approx £27.2million), while Portugal worldwide Gomes has arrived at Goodison on a one-season loan. But, there was no dearth of suitors in his pursuit, with Manchester United and Everton showing a lot of interest in him.
I worked hard during my holiday and now I am ready to play and do important things with the Club. I am also determined to do my best for Everton'.
New Everton defender Yerry Mina says that he is looking forward to the challenge of competing in the Premier League. The Merseyside club have reached an agreement with Barcelona to sign the player in a £28.5 million deal, with the Blaugrana inserting a buyback clause as well.
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A summer that started with the intention of balancing the books ended with a flourish as Farhad Moshiri, Everton's major shareholder, sanctioned a deal for Mina, which took the club's spending to about...
Gomes and Mina could be registered in time to face Wolves in the Premier League opener this Saturday, but that game may come too soon for them as they look to bed in at Everton. Six months later and after a good World Cup, they have moved him on for nearly three times what they paid for him, despite him never quite performing during his short stay.
'They are historically among the four most successful clubs in England and when I found out about the club and what the manager wanted from me, I was happy. Everton always was a big option for me, especially after speaking with the coach, Marco Silva.