Fulham are considering signing Yerry Mina this summer.
The defender could be set for a swift return to the Premier League after he was released by Everton, according to The Sun.
Mina joined Everton from Barcelona in 2018 but seen his appearances limited last season, making only seven starts in the Premier League.
The Toffees let the Colombian go upon his contract expiry and he hasn’t been short of offers since.
Fulham could make a move for Mina if they are to offload Tosin Adarabioyo this summer, with the 25-year-old currently linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur.
The Daily Mail has also reported that Mina has received a contract offer from Lens, while a move to Besiktas has collapsed due to his excessive wage demands.
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Will Yerry Mina succeed at Fulham?
Yerry Mina arrived with high expectations on his shoulders, however he never quite lived up to them.
On his day, the 28-year-old could prove to be a solid member of the backline, however his struggles with injuries and poor form led to decreasing game time at Goodison Park – while the chaos going on behind the scenes at the club didn’t help either.
However, he did provide supporters with some exciting moments including scoring two stoppage time goals during Everton’s comeback against Watford in 2020, as well as breaking the club’s record for the latest goal ever scored in a Premier League match as he equalised against Wolves last month.
Despite that, a free transfer to Fulham could be a good move for both parties. Mina will have a chance to prove himself at a much more stable club with less distractions, though it would be a surprise to see him handed a place in their starting line-up.