Yerry Mina ‘practically agrees’ personal terms with Man United ahead of transfer

Man United’s deal to bring Yerry Mina to Old Trafford is ‘practically agreed’, according to reports in Spain.

Mina is ready to exit Barcelona this summer after just 6 appearances for the Spanish side since his arrival in January. The defender was hugely impressive in the World Cup playing for Colombia, and is being chased by several clubs.

Lyon and Everton want to seal the transfer of Mina, but the centre-back seems set to join United after the club sent negotiator Matt Judge to Spain. Mundo Deprotivo claim Mina has agreed terms with United and is now just waiting for the English side to agree a fee with Barcelona. Both Mina and

Barcelona want to do a deal with United and Jose Mourinho has already green lighted the transfer.
Judge met with Mourinho in America to discuss targets and Mina represents the best option at a reasonable price. Barcelona want around 35mpounds for Mina and the deal could be completed before the weekend. Mourinho and United will not agree to a buy-back clause, but that stance is not expected to be an issue.

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