Yerry Mina has vowed to seize "a great opportunity" after becoming the standout signing on a frantic transfer deadline day for Everton. The English club will pay FC Barcelona 30.25 million euros plus 1.5 million euros in variables.
Barcelona confirmed the deal for Gomes that will see Everton pay the Portugal global midfielder's wages for the full season, while also paying a loan fee of £2m (€2.25m).
Gomes, meanwhile, will join the Toffees on a season-long loan.
He joins former Barcelona team-mate Lucas Digne on Merseyside, and Mina added: 'The World Cup was incredible and I will never forget it, ' added Mina, who joins Lucas Digne in swapping Barcelona for Everton this month. The fee represents a healthy profit for the Spanish champions, who signed Mina from Palmeiras for €11.8m (£10.6m) only in January and obtained a buy-back option in the deal.
The Brazilian winger has been capped 14 times by his country, and at the age of 25, it is thought his best years are still ahead of him. He has made just six appearances during his time in Spain.
Subtropical storm 'Debby' forms in the North Atlantic
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will release its updated mid-season hurricane forecast on Thursday. Hurricane Hector is expected to pass approximately 165 miles south of the Big Island on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018.