Mundo Deportivo: Mina agrees personal terms with Man Utd
- Manchester United have allegedly agreed personal terms with Yerry Mina
- The Colombian defender could make a move to England for a fee of £35m
Manchester United are reportedly closing the deal on their new transfer target Yerry Mina.
Barca's centre-back has already agreed on personal terms with the English side, according to Mundo Deportivo.
Earlier on, it was reported that Manchester United chief Matt Judge was on his way to Spain to finalize the £35m deal which would see Yerry Mina at the Old Trafford.
United have reportedly failed to sign the promising Englishman, Harry Maguire from Leicester City. The defender is considered to be 'not for sale' by his club who is also claimed to reject the upcoming £65m bid. That's why they have turned their sights towards Barcelona star.
The Colombian impressed a lot at the World Cup, having scored three times in four matches. There have been rumours linking him with a Premier League move with three clubs expressing a desire to sign him.
Yerry Mina is the first South American to score 3+ headers in a single World Cup tournament since Vavá for Brazil in 1962.— Squawka Football (@Squawka) 3 июля 2018 г.
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