The Mirror has reported that Yerry Mina and Tom Davies may be departing Goodison Park for free this summer, reports the GN.
Davies has been a regular member of Everton’s first-team squad since 2016 and has made 176 senior appearances for the club, but with his contract set to expire soon, he has been limited to brief substitute appearances under Sean Dyche. As for Mina, who was signed for a hefty £27.2m in 2018, his constant injury issues have prevented him from playing under Dyche, and he has only started three Premier League matches this season.
The Mirror suggests that Mina is likely to leave once his contract is up, and while Davies is considered one of the club’s promising young talents, he too could depart on a free transfer.
Among the players with expiring contracts at Goodison Park, Yerry Mina’s situation stands out as the most pressing and disheartening. Despite his initial promise and excitement upon joining from Barcelona, Mina has been frequently unavailable due to injury, making him an unreliable presence on the team.
Although he has contributed significantly when he has been able to play, Sean Dyche is looking for more dependable players to strengthen the squad, and Mina is expected to be among those departing in the summer. On the other hand, Tom Davies has not lived up to the hype he generated when he burst onto the scene seven years ago, and he is unlikely to be given a new opportunity under Dyche. Kevin Campbell, a former Everton striker, believes it is time for both players to move on, as Davies and the club need a fresh start.