Manchester United’s proposed move for Barcelona defender Yerry Mina has collapsed after a row over agent fees according to The Sun.
The Colombian centre-back signed for Spanish giants Barcelona in January after impressing for Palmeiras.
However, the 23-year-old struggled to break into the first team and has only made five La Liga appearances to date.
Mina then had a fine showing at the World Cup in Russia this summer, forging a strong partnership with Davinson Sanchez and becoming the first defender to score in each of their first three World Cup matches.
Jose Mourinho has been trying to recruit a centre-back this summer and a move for Mina appeared to be on the cards with terms reportedly agreed between the club and the defender.
However, according to the latest report, United have pulled a plug on the move after Mina’s agent changed his demands and refused to budge.
Manchester United’s transfer struggles have been well-documented this summer, with Jose Mourinho railing against Ed Woodward for failing to deliver on his list of targets.
There’s a clear weakness in the centre of United’s defence and they will now have to find a last minute addition to plug the gap.