Barcelona defender Yerry Mina has been told by Colombia legend Carlos Valderrama to aim higher than Everton.
The centre-half is in demand after an impressive showing for Colombia at the World Cup.
Mina only moved to Barca in January but the 23-year-old has failed to establish himself at the Nou Camp, with Everton among the clubs keen to give the £20million-plus rated defender an opportunity.
Galatasaray have also registered their interest and Valderrama reckons Mona would be wise to chose Turkey over Merseyside.
The Colombian legend told Radio Caracol: “The Premier League is attractive but for me the Champions League is the most prestigious.
“I don’t think Yerry should join a mid-table team like Everton.
“Fatih Terim has a great record of developing players. If it were me, I would pick Galatasaray.”
More from Planet Sport:
Wimbledon winners and losers: Featuring Andy Murray the pundit and pretenders to the throne (Tennis365)
A stage-by-stage analysis of Wayne Rooney’s MLS debut for D.C. United (Planet Football)