- Barcelona defender Yerry Mina is said to have agreed terms to join Manchester United
- He was superb at the 2018 FIFA World Cup scoring three goals for his national team
- Mina joined Barcelona in January 2018 and only played five games for the Catalans last season
Premier League giants Manchester United have reportedly agreed personal terms with Barcelona defender Yerry Mina over a possible move to Old Trafford this summer.
United manager Jose Mourinho is desperate to strengthen his defensive options, and the Colombia international has emerged as a target for the former Chelsea gaffer.
According to the report by Mundo Deportivo, Manchester United have got as far as reaching a full agreement with the player over his personal terms ahead of a move to Old Trafford.
Barcelona are said to have valued Mina at £35 million and seem prepared to sell him despite only signing him six months ago.
Yerry Mina joined Barcelona from Palmeiras in January 2018, and he only played five games for the Spanish champions last season in all competitions.
He was also superb at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia scoring three goals for his national team as a defender.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Liverpool who are also Premier League campaigners are preparing a move to sign Barcelona defender Yerry Mina this summer.
According to the report, eggheads of the Anfield outfit are satisfied with Mina's overall performance at the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russia and are set to struggle it out with Turkish side, Fenerbahce and Manchester United this summer.
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