Sevilla have beefed up their midfield with the capture of Guido Pizarro on a four-year contract from Mexican side Tigres UANL.
The Argentine brings to an end a four-year association with the Auriazules, having joined them from hometown club Lanus in 2013.
Pizarro now makes the move to Europe with Los Rojiblancos, who were looking to fill the void left by Vicente Iborra's departure to Leicester last week.
The 27-year-old midfielder is the second new addition to Eduardo Berizzo's squad, with Ever Banega having sealed his return to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan from Inter Milan earlier in the transfer window.
The Andalusians are also closing in on the signing of Luis Muriel after they agreed a deal with Fiorentina last week for the Colombian forward.