Barcelona have inserted a buy-back clause in the contract that takes central defender Yerry Mina to Premier League club Everton.
The Colombian signed for the Merseysiders on the last day of the English transfer deadline and, after officially announcing the transfer, the Catalans revealed they will have the option to bring the player back to the Camp Nou.
Meanwhile, Everton will pay Barca €30.2m plus €2.2m for the 23-year-old’s signature and, as Marca reports, they will be able to buy him back if they pay €60m to the English club.
The Blaugrana bought Mina in January of this year, paying around €11.8m to Palmeiras, but his value rose in this summer’s World Cup in Russia, where he netted three goals for his country.
Mina has arrived at Goodison Park alongside Barcelona teammate Andre Gomes, who joins on a season-long loan deal.