Sevilla on Tuesday officially unveiled new players Joaquin Correa and Matias Kranevitter.
Correa, 21, has signed under new Sevilla coach and fellow Argentine Jorge Sampaoli to a five-year deal made official on Tuesday.
The midfielder joined Sampdoria from Estudiantes in December 2014 and made a total of 31 Serie A appearances, scoring three goals.
Kranevitter, meanwhile, will play for Sevilla on loan from Atletico Madrid until June of 2017.
Kranevitter, 23, joined Atletico in the summer of 2015 and joined the first time at the end of December. He helped power Argentina into the final of the Copa America Centenario, which they lost to Chile.
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"I spoke with Cholo [Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone] and we all made the decision together and I am very happy to be here at Sevilla," Kranevitter said during a news conference. "I have spoken very little with Sampaoli. I was able to train and today the training was very intense. As the days pass, I will learn what the coach wants."
The Argentina international admitted he saw little playing time at Atleti: "It is a very competitive squad. Even though I haven't played much I am here to show what I can do now. The coach [Sampaoli] knows me and knows how I play.
"I need a good preseason and I am at his disposition. Sevilla will be in the fight. I am joining a team that has won many important titles. And the fact that there are Argentines here agrees with me."
Meanwhile, Correa said he is glad to be making the jump to La Liga from Serie A.
"Sevilla trusted me and based on everything they said, I chose them," he said. "Serie A is very tactical and rigid. I don't know how football is played here in Spain but I am eager to do what the coach asks me to. We have all made an effort to be on this team. I think that the manager wants me here.
"I always try to bring my best wherever I play," he said. "I promise to make sacrifices, work hard and be humble. I think with what we all bring we can do great things."
Argentina announced on Tuesday that Correa would not be joining the Olympic team. He had been named last week, but Sevilla will not release him for the Aug. 5-21 tournament and he has been replaced by River Plate's Joaquin Arzura.
Sampaoli, who resigned as Chile coach in January just five months after guiding that nation to their first ever Copa America title in 2015, is taking his first managerial role in Europe after signing a two-year contract with the Europa League winners.