The future of Everton defender Yerry Mina is today analysed by Colombian outlet Caracol Radio.

The centre-back hasn’t played a single game since the arrival of Sean Dyche at the club, and that’s why they now wonder if this is the ‘last season’ he has at the Goodison Park.

Mina’s last appearance for Everton was on the 21th of January, in the defeat against West Ham, which led to Frank Lampard’s departure from the Toffees.

Caracol points out that the situation ‘suggests’ Mina could soon be off from the club, especially because the contract renewal ‘does not seem to be on track’.

His deal expires at the end of the season, and that should allow him to leave for free.

Another reason for the defender to walk out is his situation with the national team.

The lack of his playing time is the reason why he was not called up for the upcoming friendlies, and the wish to play for the Cafeteros again could led him to look for a place where he can have more minutes.

Mina joined Everton in 2018, and has 95 appearances for the club, and will likely be remembered for his injury record rather than the impact he had on the pitch during that time.