Everton Putting Finishing Touches To Signing of Manchester United Target Yerry Mina

Everton Putting Finishing Touches To Signing of Manchester United Target Yerry Mina

Everton Putting Finishing Touches To Signing of Manchester United Target Yerry Mina

It is believed that Mina will sign a five-year deal with the Toffees in a deal worth approximately £28 million.

Barcelona vice-president Jordi Mestre says manager Ernesto Valverde will have the final say on Yerry Mina's future, amid reports of interest from Manchester United and Everton.

What's more, it's claimed the deal will be made official within the next 48 hours. He would arguably get into any starting eleven in the English top-flight.

Sky Sports reported on Thursday that Tottenham Hotspur were open to listening to offers for Mousa Dembele, Toby Alderweireld, and Danny Rose. Alderweireld wanted parity with some of his contemporaries when it came to wages, which is understandable. Tottenham will always struggle to keep their best players if they continue to restrict spending on wages.

The mooted fee is a lot of money for a player of 29 years of age.

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With the new Premier League season kicking off on Friday Manchester United are still unsure whether they'll have the services of Paul Pogba.

The contracts of Alderweireld and Dembele both are set to run out next summer, which makes the prospect of selling the Belgians a reasonable one.

Red Devils chief Jose Mourinho wants a new central defender, and now he is ready to accept an alternative to his two prime targets and Mina has emerged as the most likely option.

Alderweireld has always been manager Jose Mourinho's top target to strengthen the centre of defence, but Daniel Levy's reputation as a tough negotiator, especially with United, has once again proven to be the case. "But that's Manchester United", added Smalling.

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