Manchester United are on the verge of signing Barcelona defender Yerry Mina as they have reportedly reached an agreement with the player.
The Colombian centre-back joined the Blaugranas last winter but couldn’t break into Valverde’s starting lineup throughout the campaign.
According to Spanish media outlet Mundo Deportivo, the Red Devils have agreed to the player’s terms and conditions as they are a step away from capturing his signature.
Having failed to lure Leicester city’s defender Harry Maguire to the Theater of Dreams, José Mourinho turned his attention to the Colombia player, though they are yet to strike a deal with the Spanish giants for his signature.
It was believed that Everton were leading the park for his signature but the 23-year-old turned down the chance to join the Toffees as he won’t get the opportunity to feature next year’s Champions League competition.
Mina had a great season performance in Russia with his national teammates. He scored three headed goals as he helped the South American country to the knockout of the tournament.
Meanwhile, despite reaching an agreement with Mina, United Manager José Mourinho hasn’t given up in his race to sign Tottenham full-back Toby Alderweireld before the end of the ongoing transfer market.
According to Daily Mail, the Portuguese manager has told his employer to try all their possible best to see that the Belgian move to Old Trafford.