Inter Milan have signed Jeison Murillo from Granada and Barcelona full-back Martin Montoya.
Colombia centre-back Murillo comes with a fee of €8 million, while Montoya has agreed a one-year loan deal with the option to extend the deal.
A statement on Murillo, who has penned a five-year deal with the Nerazzurri, read: "FC Internazionale is delighted to announce that it has completed the permanent signing of Jeison Murillo from Granada.
"The whole Inter family would like to give him a very warm welcome to the club."
Serie A side Udinese brought Murillo to Europe five years ago from Deportivo Cali before he began his time at Granada on loan.
Murillo, who made 18 league appearances for Granada in the 2014-15 season, recently competed with Colombia at the Copa America in Chile, scoring the winner in a surprise 1-0 success over Brazil.
Inter, who have already brought in Joao Miranda from Atletico Madrid and Geoffrey Kondogbia from Monaco, have also arranged a structured deal for Barca right-back Montoya.
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A fixed number of appearances next term will see his loan go into a second year, with a subsequent option to sign the 25-year-old permanently.
"FC Barcelona player Martin Montoya Torralbo has been loaned to the Italian club FC Internazionale for one season," read a Barca statement.
"The two clubs have agreed that the loan contract shall be automatically renewed for a further season if the player appears in a certain number of games. At the end of the second season, Inter shall retain an option to sign the player on a permanent basis."