Everton brought three new faces on the last day of the Premier League transfer window, swooping for Brazilian midfielder Bernard from Shakhtar Donetsk and Barcelona players Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes. But Tottenham has closed the window as the only club not to bring a new player while Manchester United has not been able to bring the central defender, has been reported to be ready to recruit. Next move: Barcelona defender Yerry Mina, who participated in the World Cup for Colombia, left for Everton.Photo: APPlaymaker Bernard arrived on a free transfer after his contract ended with the Ukrainian club while Barcelona said that Everton had agreed to sign midfielder Mina for an initial of 30.3 million euros (47 million dollars) and borrowed midfielder Gomes. The commission for Mina, who joined the Spanish champions in January could increase by € 1.5 million and Barcelona has included a repurchase clause in the player's contract. The Merseyside club, which appointed Portuguese director Marco Silva during off-shore, could add a fourth deadline day by signing after Liverpool Echo said he had submitted a card in hopes of completing the documents for a loan for Chelsea midfielder Kurt Zouma.