United ready to pay £35m for a player club signed with £10m
Red Devils ready to pay £35 million for a defender Barcelona signed at £10 million
New report have made it known that Man Utd have reached a final personal agreement with Columbia international, Yerry Mina as they wait for a conclusive agreement from Spanish club, Barcelona.
Man Utd have been on a move to sign a new defender as that is what Coach Jose Mourinho want but none is yet to be secured.
The Red Devils have been linked with Harry Maguire, Toby, Alex Sandro and Yerry Mina.
But with the look of things, the deal with Yerry Mina seems to be more feasible as some of the Club’s agent were in Spain recently where they had some discussion with the Columbia defender.
With Marcos Rojo and Victor Lindelof on their way out of Old Trafford and Mourinho not trusting the capabilities of Chris Smalling, Ashley Young and Eric Bailey, the arrival of a new defender became more than necessary.
Although the Columbia international move to Camp Nou in January at £10 million, Barcelona have fixed Yerry Mina transfer fee at £35 million which is an amount the Red Devils can pay up.
Yerry Mina is willing to leave Camp Nou over limited playing chances.