Everton have signed Yerry Mina, the Barcelona defender, after being given an additional two hours to finalise the signing and taking their summer spending to about £80 million. Everton will pay 2.6 million euros for the year's loan.
The Brazilian signed from Watford in a mega deal earlier this summer.
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However former Everton manager Allardyce has spoken out on his concerns as to whether Marco Silva will be able to deal with the problem of "excess players".
Barcelona said they reserve the right to buy Mina back, while Gomes has cost Everton a £2m loan fee.
"Barcelona would like to publicly express their thanks to Yerry Mina for his commitment and dedication and wishes him all the best for the future".More news: Indonesia minister says quake deaths pass 300
The Brazil winger, a free agent having allowed his contract with Ukraine's champions to expire at the end of last season, signed a four-year contract at Goodison Park.
Barcelona confirmed the deal for Gomes that will see Everton pay the Portugal worldwide midfielder's wages for the full season, while also paying a loan fee of £2m (€2.25m).
However, Mina failed to impress in just six appearances for Barca since signing from Palmeiras in January.More news: Donald Trump's 'Space Force' meets resistance in Pentagon, insiders say
The 25-year-old has been capped 29 times by Portugal and was part of the squad that won the European Championships in 2016.