Barcelona have buy-back clause of £53.9m for Everton's Mina

Barcelona have buy-back clause of £53.9m for Everton's Mina

There is a buy-back clause in the deal that took Yerry Mina to Everton from Barcelona on transfer deadline day, according to Spanish publication Marca.

Brazilian winger Bernard has revealed the key role Everton boss Marco Silva played in convincing him to move to Goodison Park despite offers from Chelsea, West Ham and AC Milan.

Portuguese midfielder Gomes, 25, will join on a season-long loan at a cost of 2.25 million euros for the English club.

A frantic deadline day saw Chelsea centre-back Kurt Zouma arrive on a season-long loan at a club that toiled for most of last season.

While Bernard was finalising his transfer at Everton's Finch Farm training ground a club delegation led by the director of football, Marcel Brands, concluded deals for Mina and Gomes in Barcelona.

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"FC Barcelona and Everton FC have reached an agreement over the loan of the player André Gomes for the 2018/19 season", it read. When I found out about this opportunity and what the manager wanted out of me I was happy.

With a little less than two hours left for Premier League sides to do deals, Everton are cutting it close but they remain confident of taking both deals over the line in time.

Asked specifically about his chat with Silva, he continued: 'I did not need a lot of convincing.

"For me, it was really good to speak to him because I know how good he is and I feel motivated to work with him and to play for Everton, a great club". "I am also determined to do my best for Everton".

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