Real Betis have completed the signings of Juanfran and Lorenzo Reyes as they prepare to compete on multiple fronts next season.
Betis secured their qualification for the UEFA Europa League with a seventh-placed finish last term and have moved to boost their squad for the new campaign with the double signing.
Juanfran joins from Real Madrid after spending the last three season with B team Real Madrid Castilla.
The 24-year-old winger made 41 appearances for the Spainsh Segunda outfit last term, scoring four goals.
He joins on a three-year contract and is eager to make an impact in the top flight for Pepe Mel's side.
"I come to Real Betis with a lot of motivation," he told the club's official website. "I knew of Betis' interest last year, and what I wanted was to come here.
"I've been lucky enough for them to be interested in me again this year and I'm here to show what I can give to the fans and this historic club."
Chile international Reyes moves to Betis on a four-year deal from Huachipato, where he made 136 appearances and helped them to a national title in 2012.