I'm delighted to sign for this fantastic club - it's a good day for me.
"I can promise I will try my hardest and dedicate myself to my work and to trying to make things happen for Everton".
Duncan Castles: FC Barcelona defender open to signing for Man United
Barca had hoped to sell him permanently but initial interest from Arsenal and Valencia failed to materialise into a serious offer. Yerry Mina is open to a move to Manchester United before Thursday's transfer deadline, according to reporter Duncan Castles.
But with the Everton squad still looking on the bulky side, it is not out of the question to consider potential European moves for the likes of Yannick Bolasie, Cuco Martina and Muhamed Besic. The club reserves the right to buy back the player. Everton agreed a €2.25m (£2.02m) loan fee for the 25-year-old, who now has a minor injury but passed a medical held in Barcelona, and will pay his wages in full for the season.
FC Barcelona would like to publicly express their thanks to Yerry Mina for his commitment and dedication and wishes him all the best for the future. He has signed a five-year contract and joins Lucas Digne, the left back who also moved from the Nou Camp this summer.
Portugal midfielder Gomes joins on an initial one-year loan deal after the teams agreed a €2.25m fee.
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The Portugal global joined Barcelona from Valencia for an initial €35m two years ago but has struggled to make an impact at the club.
The 25-year-old described his spell with Barca as "a kind of hell" during a candid interview in March, adding that he does not "feel good on the pitch".
Valverde had made it clear that Mina's World Cup had not forced him to change his opinion on the player and with six centre-backs as well as six non-EU players at the club, Barca were always likely to sell.
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