Roma goalkeeper Pau Lopez and attacker Cengiz Ünder have agreed to deals to join Marseille.
The pair will depart the capital club in order to join the French giants on respective loan deals, though, each is structured slightly different.
The Spanish shot-stopper will cost Marseille €500,000 for the loan fee and also possess an option to make the deal permanent for €12 million. However, the option becomes an obligation once the 26 year-old makes his twentieth league appearances, according to Sky Sport.
Ünder, meanwhile, has already arrived in France to undergo his medical examinations with the club. Accompanied by his agent Utku Cenikli, the attacker touched down in the middle of afternoon on a private jet.
The Turk will move to the Ligue 1 side on an initial loan deal, but with an obligation to buy worth €8 million plus €2 million in bonuses. A sell-on clause has also been included into the deal, which entitles Roma to 20% of any fee earned from the future sale of the player.