The 23-year-old has been strongly linked with a move to the Premier League with Everton and Manchester United reportedly interested in his services.
According to Marca, Mina was not part of the squad that trained on Tuesday although the club confirmed Mina and team-mate Marlon Santos were absent because they were taking part in different exercises away from the first-team.
The Spanish champions will complete a double training session on Wednesday ahead of their Super Cup fixture against Sevilla on Sunday.
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9:15pm – Yerry Mina misses Tuesday’s training session as speculation of a move away grows
The Colombian was not part of the squad to train on Tuesday. The 23-year-old has been strongly linked with a move away from the Nou Camp and his absence is the latest indication that his days could be numbered. Read more on the story here.
6:00pm – ‘Club philosophy isn’t changing after Arturo Vidal’s signing’
That is the view of Barcelona’s sporting director Eric Abidal, who denied there’s been a change of philosophy from the Spanish giants. Watch what the former Barcelona defender said by clicking here.
3:31pm – Yerry Mina on radars of Premier League clubs ahead of transfer deadline
It’s approaching crunch time for a number of Premier League clubs looking to scramble together squads for an assault on Manchester City’s title – with Manchester United and Chelsea in particular still keen to do business ahead of Thursday’s transfer deadline.
11:43am – Rio Ferdinand warns Man United not to sell Paul Pogba to Barcelona
10:47am – Marlon Santos attracting interest from European clubs
Italian minnows Sassuolo have reportedly made a €12 million bid for Barcelona youngster Marlon Santos, with other European clubs such as Borussia Monchengladbach also said to be interested in his signature.
Barcelona sporting director Eric Abidal has denied suggestions that the arrival of Arturo Vidal is a sign that the club’s philosophy is changing.
Vidal was unveiled on Monday after joining Bayern Munich on a three-year deal, for a reported transfer fee of €30million.
Abidal was asked if he felt Barcelona’s philosophy had changed since the days he was playing at the club alongside the likes of Xavi and Andres Iniesta, but disagreed.
“In that era there were other players, too,” said the Frenchman, who enjoyed a six-year spell at Barcelona. “I believe we need to adapt to the squad we have right now.”
See what else the former Barca left-back had to say in our video below.