Real Betis might be the best placed team to take Barcelona's young centre back Yerry Mina on loan next season. The defender, who it appears isn't needed at the club, has been made available for transfer. With Clement Lenglet set to join the team in July and Arthur's deal being brought forward, taking the last non-EU place, this means that Mina's role at the club isn't clear and is why they are willing to listen to offers for the Colombian international.
According to 'El Desmarque' Betis already asked about Mina's situation at the end of last season and are now willing to reignite their interest should suitable terms be agreed between the two teams. The excellent relationship between Betis' vice president, Serra Ferrer and Barcelona's managing director, Pep Segura, could also help make a deal happen.
Serra Ferrer recently asked Barcelona which players they would be willing to listen to offers for and on that list was Yerry Mina. Barcelona's current plan is to sell Mina in order to generate more funds to strengthen other areas of the team. However it appears that Betis would prefer a loan deal with an option to buy at the end of the season. Mina is currently at the World Cup with Colombia.