It’s been a while since Everton fans were last able to watch Yerry Mina in action. It was back in early July when Blues fans most recently watched a player who had then only been speculatively linked on the summer transfer rumour mill. Mina crashed a header past his soon-to-be club-mate Jordan Pickford for Colombia as the South American nation fought back late on in the last 16 of the World Cup against England. The man-mountain centre-back gave Los Cafeteros parity against the Three Lions with a last-gasp effort, before they were beaten on penalties by Gareth Southgate’s eventual semi-finalists. Since that game in Moscow over three months ago, Mina has gone from tentative transfer target to near £30million Everton signing without playing an additional minute of football. Everton fans have had to wait patiently for the former Barcelona man to turn out at Goodison Park – or anywhere else in the Premier League, for that matter. When the muscular Mina does eventually make his maiden appearance for the Toffees however, he might cast a glance down towards London to follow the example of an international colleague who has tread a similar path to Premier League stardom. Five things about… Read full this story
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