Yerry Mina ‘will leave’ Everton in the summer transfer window as the club look to cash in on the defender in the final year of his contract.

That’s according to TuttoMercatoWeb, who say the Colombian has ‘officially’ been put on the market.

Mina’s current contract at Goodison Park is set to expire next summer, and so far, there has been no suggestion he will be extending his stay on Merseyside.

That has led to rumours he will be shipped out this summer, with Everton keen to recoup some of their money on him and get his wages, which are among the biggest at the club, off of the books.

TMW say that decision has now been officially made, with the Colombian ‘put on the market’ by Everton.

According to their information, they have put an ‘initial request’ of €15m on the defender, but it is easy to imagine they will reduce that figure given there is little chance of him renewing his current deal.

There’s no mention of suitors at this point, but at that price, or lower, that seems likely to quickly change.