Liverpool could be beaten to the signing of Barcelona defender Yerry Mina after Fenerbahce reportedly made a €30million offer.
The Colombia international made an impact at the World Cup, scoring three goals in four games before the penalty shoot-out defeat by England.
Barcelona only signed Mina in January from Palmeiras but could be forced to sell him as they have too many non-EU players in their squad.
And having paid €11.8m, Barcelona could net a near €20m profit if they decide to sell him.
Liverpool and Everton are both interested in the 23-year-old but Fenerbahce have made the first move, according to Spanish newspaper Sport.
Source: Daily Mirror
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