Geoffrey Kondogbia and Jeison Murillo will leave Inter Milan and join Valencia next week, according to reports.
Various reports have had Valencia linked with a move for both French midfielder Kondogbia and Colombian defender Murillo but struggles over both deals have seen various delays.
However, it is now understood that after extensive talks between officials from both clubs – a deal for both to arrive at the Mestalla is set for completion next week.
Plaza Deportiva includes pictures in their report showing the two players arriving in Valencia at the airport, where they then went on to meet officials from Los Che and sign agreements.
Murillo spent four seasons in Spanish football prior to his time with Inter, playing for Cadiz, Las Palmas and Granada. The defender is expected to arrive a permanent deal.
Whilst, Kondogbia, who enjoyed time with Sevilla before moving to Serie A – will arrive on loan with the view to making the move a permanent one next summer.
Meanwhile, Portuguese defender Joao Cancelo is expected to depart the club and move the other way, initially agreeing a loan deal with an option to buy set at €32m.
Valencia open their La Liga season on Friday evening against Las Palmas.