Yerry Mina Left In Transfer Limbo After Manchester United Deal Collapses

West Bromwich Albion's Irish midfielder James Mc Clean tackles Tottenham Hotspur's Belgian defender Toby Alderweireld during the English Premier League football match between West

West Bromwich Albion's Irish midfielder James Mc Clean tackles Tottenham Hotspur's Belgian defender Toby Alderweireld during the English Premier League football match between West

Mina was back with the group despite increased speculation in Spain that a deal has been agreed with Everton.

However, Colombian journalist Guillermo Arango believes differently.

We reported earlier this week that United could seal a deal for Mina, just seven months after Barca signed him from Brazilian club Palmeiras for £10m.

"Jair has told me that they have offers from Everton and Lyon". If Manchester United can sell Rojo, it frees up a spot for them to then sign the Colombian.

And finally, Mourinho's awkward tunnel meeting with United chief executive Ed Woodward last week was their first for more than a fortnight, says the Mail on Sunday.




Yerry Mina, alongside the rest of the World Cup stars who were given extended time off due to their involvement at the tournament, returned to the Ciudad Deportiva de Sant Joan Despí this morning.

United have been chasing the Spurs centre-back all summer long, with Jose Mourinho desperate to bolster his defensive ranks at Old Trafford.

There has also been speculation that Manchester United are interested, although this hasn't been confirmed by either club.

Tottenham also want Anthony Martial included as part of the deal but while Mourinho is happy for the France worldwide to leave, Ed Woodward, United's executive vice-chairman, wants to keep the player at Old Trafford. The French club hope to use their good relationship with Barcelona, established during the 2016 sale of Samuel Umtiti, in their favour.

Manchester United and Everton are in a close contest to secure the signature of Yerry Mina and it seems that it is bound to go down the wire, with deadline day fast approaching.

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