Everton have won the race for his signature with the attacking midfielder signing a four-year contract.
It was a busy transfer deadline for Everton as they bought Yerry Mina from Barcelona for a fee of around £27 million with a buy back option inserted from the La Liga champions. The France worldwide, who spent last season on loan at Stoke City, had also been linked with Old Trafford but was in line to become Everton's fourth recruit of the day after paperwork was submitted moments before the 5pm deadline. "I believe I will be able to show my best as a player here".
Another addition from the Nou Camp, midfielder Andre Gomes, joined on a season's loan.
Mina will join Everton on a permanent deal for a fee in the region of £27m, having attracted interest from Manchester United and Lyon earlier in the window.
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"Every discussion we've had was very important in making me feel his confidence about my game".
"Everton is historically the fourth most successful club in England", said Bernard.
With a little less than two hours left for Premier League sides to do deals, Everton are cutting it close but they remain confident of taking both deals over the line in time.
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"I did not need any convincing to come here".
However, as Barcelona signed three South American players this summer, it became abundantly clear that Mina will become an expendable, with his departure only a matter of time.
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