The Blaugrana can bring the Colombian back to Camp Nou if they ever choose to
Barcelona will reportedly be able to re-sign Everton’s Yerry Mina for €60m (£54m).
The Catalan club sold their young, Colombian centre-back to the Toffees on Thursday, but confirmed that they would be able to bring him back to the club, should they ever want to.
“FC Barcelona and Everton have reached an agreement over the transfer of the player Yerry Mina,” they stated on their website.
“The English club will pay FC Barcelona €30.25m (£27m) plus €1.5m (£1.3m) in variables. The club reserves the right to buy back the player.”
Now, Marca are reporting that that this buy-back clause would cost the club €60m (£54m).
Barcelona initially bought Mina from Palmeiras for just €11.8m (£10.5m) in January.
His stock raised significantly after exceptional performances with Colombia at the 2018 World Cup.
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Everton also signed free agent Bernard and Barcelona’s Andre Gomes on deadline day.
They are close to adding Kurt Zouma on loan as well, with the deal expected to be completed today.