Manchester United have been hit with a massive transfer blow following reports that Yerry Mina has agreed to join Everton.
The Red Devils have been tipped to make a move for the Colombian defender in recent days, and has even begun talks to lure him to Old Trafford.
However, reports in the Sun have it that Everton have swooped on Mina’s signature after agreeing to a £28.5m move for the defender.
Mina who signed for Barcelona during the January transfer window has had a disappointing season at the Camp Nou, with just a few appearances under his belt.
His performance during the just concluded World Cup in Russia has now put him under the radar of most top clubs in Europe.
Reports in Sport.es claim that the 23-year-old will sign a five-year-deal with Everton, to become the fourth player to arrive at the Goodison Park this summer.
It is understood that Yerry Mina’s move to Manchester United collapsed due to disagreement over agent’s fees, as Mina’s adviser Felipe Russo remained adamant over his fees.
United boss Jose Mourinho will hope his transfer chiefs act swiftly before the end of the summer transfer window, as he hopes to bolster his squad ahead of what could be a make or mar season for the Portuguese boss.