It SAYS IT A REPRESENTATIVE
"Yerri Mina fichará by the Barcelona next summer"
Published:16/07/2017 - 00:10h
Updated:15/07/2017 - 23:59h
Felipe Russo, one of the agents of the company that carries to the player, has ensured that the player will disembark the next season in the Spanish league, that is all closed from does weeks. It will be necessary to expect, but Mina would be near of Barcelona
It had been one of the names that more had linked with the FC Barcelona this summer. The central Colombian of the Palmeiras Yerri Mina, of 22 years and 1,95m, could be more near that never of the Barcelona club. But no for the next season, but for the summer of 2018.
Already we explained it does weeks that the Barcelona club would have it tied. As this Saturday, Felipe Russo, one of the agents of GMRSports, the company that carries to the player, has ensured that Mina would come in 2018. "Now it remains in Brazil. And afterwards, in 2018, it will disembark in the Spanish League. It is everything practically enclosed", has explained in some statements of which does echo "Sport".
Some statements that obviously have arrived to Barcelona with very good eyes. "His dream always has been to play with the Barcelona. Why it would have to break his hopes cuandose treats, from my point of view, of the best technical project for him?", it has continued Russo.
Finally, it has been very rotundo and direct: "it will remain another year in the Palmeiras because it is well and wants to be in shape of face to the World-wide. For my there are zero possibilities that the thing change". Like this then , and according to Russo, Mina would dress of Barcelona the course 18-19 -or at least already would form part of the club-.
The interest of the Inter, barren
Although it does some days especuló from Italy that the Inter of Milan could be interested in his services, the big reality, as it has reiterated Felipe Russo, is that the Colombian player wants to be in Barcelona. Because the Barcelona club was the first that wanted to him and showed him go seriously. Well here Robert Fernández.