Yerry Mina reveals World Health Organization convinced him to sign for Toffees

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Everton's stunning final day of the summer transfer window has seen them confirm the arrivals of Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes from Barcelona.

Mina, for whom Barca have retained a buy-back option, said the chance to play alongside Gomes and Lucas Digne - who made the same switch last week - played a part in his decision to join Marco Silva's men.

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Pochettino said: "I don't have news now and to do so before the deadline would be so hard ". Drama is many things in life but football is joy".

Barcelona confirmed the deal for Gomes that will see Everton pay the Portugal global midfielder's wages for the full season, while also paying a loan fee of £2m (€2.25m). It is the best league in the world.

Mina scored three times in three games in Russian Federation, including against Everton's England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford with a dramatic stoppage-time header to send their last-16 tie to extra-time. "When I found out about this opportunity and what the manager wanted out of me I was happy".

Everton brought in three new faces on the final day of the Premier League transfer window, swooping for Brazilian midfielder Bernard from Shakhtar Donetsk and Barcelona players Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes.

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"I have spoken a lot to the coach and I know his passion for Everton and determination to be successful".

Portugal midfielder Gomes joins on an initial one-year loan deal after the teams agreed a €2.25m fee.

Mina, 23, only joined Barca six months ago from Palmeiras, but coach Ernesto Valverde has not been convinced by him and the club have made a decision to take advantage of his increased value following an impressive World Cup.

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"Every discussion we've had was very important in making me feel his confidence about my game".

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