Everton have completed the signing of defender Yerry Mina from Barcelona in a deal worth more than £27m.
New Toffees boss Marco Silva had made bringing in defensive reinforcements one of his priorities during the closing stages of the transfer window, and his side completed a deal for Mina just before the 5pm deadline.
The Colombia international moves to Goodison Park in a deal worth €30.25m (£27.2m), with a further €1.5m (£1.3m) in performance-related bonuses.
Mina was also reportedly wanted by Manchester United and Wolverhampton Wanderers this summer following a string of impressive performances at the World Cup, but Everton have won the race for his signature.
The deal includes a buy-back clause for Barcelona, with Mina having featured just six times for the club across all competitions following his January arrival from Palmeiras.