Everton defender Yerry Mina has been fined # 10,000 by the FA and warned about his future conduct after being found guilty of breaching regulations that were betting.
The Everton defender, that arrived at Goodison Park from Barcelona at August 2018, has been shown to be in breach of FA Rule E8(3), by engaging in an advertisement for betting activity that he is banned from participating in.
He was billed in July following he appeared in an ad for a company in his native Colombia this year.
The 24-year-old apologised for his error and confessed the cost of misconduct.
The FA Regulatory Commission has released the written reasons behind the decision, that disclose money Mina received was donated to the player’s own base – to help young people.
Mina has played all four of the Premier League games of Everton this year.
Even the centre-back featured with Brazil past Saturday and may be in contention.
Everton play with Bournemouth after the global break on September 15, live from 1pm on Sky Sports Premier League ; kick-off 2pm.