There is no surprise that Everton is ready to offload a bunch of players and that Yerry Mina has made this list of outfielders who could leave the club in the summer.
Carlo Ancelotti will be looking to better Everton’s inconsistent season. But part of the reason his side have failed to show solid consistency and return week in and week out with positive results is because of having a thin squad that has lacked quality in depth.
There might have been a few good results where the Toffees have displayed they could easily be one of the top-two, top-four sides this season, but have failed in the absence of key players when injured or sidelined because of discipline issues.
A player that appears to have become surplus to requirements is the Columbian centre-back, Yerry Mina. It is being reported that he will be allowed to leave with Everton willing to sell – which will help raise funds to support Ancelotti and his vision going forward.
The vision of Ancelotti’s future Everton
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The Toffees’ boss wants to bring in bigger guns to try and keep up with the more equipped Premier League clubs. One of his first orders of business is to see Mina supply the funds needed for his old player, Kalidou Koulibaly.
Everton need to raise cash to address the signing of new players this summer. The Toffee team has set itself a goal for the defense to Kalidou Koulibaly and for this he will have to release one of his centrals.
As pointed out from England, Everton has placed the transferable poster to Yerry Mina . The Colombian does not finish entering Ancelotti’s plans this season and is the favorite to pack the next market (Via: todofichajes.com).
Koulibaly will not come cheap but Napoli has to sell players in order to balance the books at the club. They have struggled this season and are lying fifth in the Serie A standings.
Yerry has also failed to impress in his time at Goodison Park and has had enough opportunities to try and secure a solid starting place.
Unfortunately, his best has not been good enough to start ahead of Mason Holgate and Michael Keane. Even Ben Godfrey has been utilized in the CB position over the Colombian.
He has made 19 Premier League appearances for the Merseyside club this season which gives the impression he is not what the Italian is looking for.