The Colombia global is keen on a new challenge elsewhere following his Nou Camp difficulties.
The Colombia worldwide only joined the La Liga outfit in January - but a lack of playing time and the arrival of former Sevilla man Clement Lenglet has alerted many clubs in Europe to the potential availability of the 23-year-old.
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Heading into July, Blackburn maintained an early 2-to-1 cash advantage over Bredesen, with $7.3 million in her bank account. Bredesen rallied his supporters Thursday by telling them he'd be "the best damn senator you ever sent up to Washington".
Spanish outlet SPORT claimed over the weekend that Everton were closing in on the signing of the Barcelona centre-back, after he starred at this summer's World Cup - even scoring against England.
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With the clock ticking towards the transfer deadline at 5pm on Thursday, a deal is looking increasingly unlikely with the Red Devils having also been left frustrated in their attempts to lure £65 million rated Leicester City defender Harry Maguire to Old Trafford.
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The country is now in the world's worst humanitarian crisis, with more than 22.2 million people in need of assistance. However a Saudi spokesman said the coalition had not flown over Hudaydah , blaming the attack on rebels instead.
Sunday Times reporter Castles believes Manchester United could make a fresh bid to sign the 29-year-old. "We have to be very careful because Yerry Mina arrived last season and he's very young, but we will see".
"The final opinion [on if he stays or goes] is with the coach [Valverde]". Mina is still on holiday and has not returned to Barcelona training.
Sources have confirmed to ESPN FC that Barca have received approaches for Mina from several clubs, including Premier League sides, following the Colombian defender's impressive World Cup.
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Firefighters had managed to contain 41 percent of the Carr blaze by Sunday, and authorities were letting some evacuees return. Forest Service said the fires continued to grow rapidly thanks to hot, dry windy weather and tinder-dry brush.