Sevilla have finally agreed deals for defender Simon Kjaer and winger Jesus Navas, according to Estadio Deportivo.
ED reports Kjaer would have landed in Spain on Sunday to undergo a medical with Sevilla.
The newspaper explains the Andalusians will pay a fee “close to €11m”, while the Denmark international will sign a four-year contract.
The 28-year-old began his career at FC Midtjylland and went on to Palermo, Roma, Wolfsburg and Lille, before moving to Fener in 2015.
ED adds Kjaer will be joined by Navas, who would have approved a free transfer back to Sevilla on Sunday.
Negotiations had been held up due to economic differences between Los Nervionenses and the 31-year-old, but his return could be announced as early as Monday.
Navas played almost 400 times for Sevilla’s first team between 2003 and 2013, winning two UEFA Cups and as many Copa del Rey.