Peterborough United and MK Dons have both added to their options ahead of the upcoming League One season with the signings of two new midfielders.
Posh have brought in QPR's Michael Doughty for an undisclosed fee, while the Dons have agreed a deal with Malian international Ousseynou Cissé.
Doughty, 24, has penned a three-year contract at the ABAX Stadium and is already targeting promotion in 2017/18.
Defensive midfielder Cissé joins the Dons from French side Tours FC where he played 25 games in Ligue 2 last season.
His contract will run for the next two years, and manager Robbie Neilson is confident he will be a good addition.
“We’ve got a good contact out in France that recommended him and we’ve watched quite a lot of him. We went over to France to have a chat and he decided he wanted to come here," he said.
“He’ll bring physicality and strength to the middle of the pitch. He can play centre midfield, defensive midfield and left-sided centre-half as well so he gives us a lot of options.
“It will take him a little bit of time to get used to the hectic nature of British football because it’s 100 miles per hour but he’s got great physicality and a great left-foot. He’s also got great pedigree having played at good levels before in France, Spain and Belgium.”