The Colombian Defender Yerry Mina is ready to leave Everton at the end of the current season, according to reports by renowned journalist Fabrizio Romano. After five years at the English club, Mina will become a free agent and will be available on the transfer market.
Yerry Mina, 28, arrived at Everton in the summer of 2018 from FC Barcelona in a transfer that was around 30 million euros. However, his time at the Liverpool club has been marked by injuries and a lack of continuity on the pitch. This season, the Colombian defender has only played seven games, scoring two goals.
Yerry Mina will leave Everton in the summer
Throughout his time at Everton, Yerry Mina amassed a total of nine goals in 98 appearances, showing his ability to be an attacking threat from defense. However, injuries have limited his participation and have made it difficult for him to consolidate in the starting team.
With Mina’s departure, Everton are faced with the challenge of finding a replacement at center back. The Colombian leaves a void in defense and the club will have to look for options in the transfer market to strengthen that position.
On the other hand, Yerry Mina joins the list of Colombian players who have left a mark in the Premier League. Despite not having reached his full potential at Everton, his talent and presence on the pitch did not go unnoticed.
Now tagged as a free agent, Yerry Mina’s future is up in the air. It will be necessary to be attentive to the next movements and see which team is interested in having the services of the Colombian defender. Mina will look for a new destination where he can prove his worth and have the necessary continuity to stand out at the highest level of European football.