Revealed: Why Yerry Mina signing might just happen for Liverpool

Liverpool's odds of marking Colombia World Cup star Yerry Mina have been expelled by the Liverpool Echo. 

"Anticipate that Mina will stay," report the neighborhood paper, who propose that Jurgen Klopp isn't searching for another middle back for next season.

The Reds may not be currently searching for a safeguard, but rather the proposals from Spain are that Mina might be accessible on a season-long advance manage Barcelona hoping to clear their quantity of non-EU players and in the deal get some understanding for Mina.

Marca report Barca need to sign Arthur Melo from Gremio and his landing would mean Barca would have an excessive number of non-EU players in their squad and would need to offer or advance one out – to be specific Mina, who just played just six times last season.

The Echo then claim "Mina hadn't beforehand been connected to Anfield preceding the World Cup", which isn't right on the grounds that the club were first connected to the 23-year-old in May.

AS refered to writer Ignacio Miguelez, after he told the Spanish program El Chiringuito that Barca were sharp for Mina to get some involvement in Europe and that Liverpool would be his goal for next season.

Fotomac report that Liverpool have enrolled their enthusiasm for the middle back, who just joined Barcelona in January from Brazilian side Palmeiras.

The Turkish outlet propose Liverpool are attempting to capture Fenerbahce's turn for the player.

Fanatik additionally report that Fenerbahce have held talks over an advance move for the Colombian, however now the Reds are attempting to move in on the player and after his transcending show in Moscow the previous evening Klopp may well take a gander at him.

Mina, who was a stone against England, marked for Barca from Palmeiras on a five-and-a-half-year contract for an expense of £10.5million in January and he has a €100m discharge condition in his agreement.