The Toffees have announced that Brazil worldwide Bernard has joined on a free transfer, while Barcelona have confirmed that Yerry Mina has moved to Goodison Park on a permanent basis, and Andre Gomes has made the same switch, having left the Nou Camp on loan.
Gomes joined Barcelona from Valencia in 2016 for (£31.46) €35m but has struggled to nail down a starting place at the Nou Camp.
Manchester United had expected to sign Mina after submitting a fresh £35million bid for the Colombia defender earlier this week.More news: Michael Moore releases trailer for Trump documentary Fahrenheit 11/9 — TRAILERCHEST
The La Liga giants have also confirmed Gomes' loan, with Everton stumping up £2m (€2.25m) and paying his wages for the duration of the 2018/19 campaign. Everton officials moved to Barcelona to finalise the deal that is believed to be worth around £35M.
The 25-year-old described his spell with Barca as "a kind of hell" during a candid interview in March, adding that he does not "feel good on the pitch".
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Three goals in three games for Colombia piqued Everton, Manchester United and Lyon's interest and has ultimately allowed Barca to almost treble the €11.8m investment they made in January.
Bernard left Shakhtar Donetsk when his contract expired at the end of last season, and he has now put pen to paper on a four-year deal with Everton which will keep him at Goodison Park until 2022.
Valverde had made it clear that Mina's World Cup had not forced him to change his opinion on the player and with six centre-backs as well as six non-EU players at the club, Barca were always likely to sell.More news: Woman tells police she's a 'white, clean girl' and shouldn't be arrested