Everton concluded the Premier League summer transfer window quite strongly as they signed Barcelona duo on deadline day.
The Toffees landed Colombian defender Yerry Mina in a deal worth £27.19m (30.25m euros) according to BBC Sport together with team-mate Andre Gomes on a season-long loan.
Everton will pay £2m as loan fees for the 25-year-old Portuguese midfielder.
"It's important the club want to fight for something. This is a great opportunity for me," Mina said.
Barcelona however reserve the right to buy back the 23-year-old towering defender, who they signed in January for £10.44m from Brazilian side Palmeiras.
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Speaking about Mina, who scored three goals for Colombia at the 2018 World Cup in Russia before bowing out at the round of 16, Everton manager Marco Silva said;
"He has good knowledge of the position he plays and he is good on the ball as well," added Silva.
"He will contribute in the build-up play and will also be very strong at defensive and offensive set-pieces."
Marco Silva’s side also signed Brazilian winger Bernard Anicio Caldeira on a four-year deal. The 25-year-old was out of contract after leaving Ukrainian club Shakhtar Donetsk in June.