Lille have signed Czech Republic defender David Rozehnal and Nigerian goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama.
Rozehnal spent last season on loan at Lille from Hamburg and the French champions have decided to make the move permanent.
Enyeama arrives from Hapoel Tel-Aviv and the keeper will provide cover for No.1 Mickael Landreau.
Former Newcastle defender Rozehnal was delighted to make the move to Lille permanent.
"I am very happy to be able to prolong my story at Lille," said Rozehnal. "It is great news for me and for my career but also for my private life because my family feels very much at home in Lille."
Enyeama, who has signed a three-year deal with Lille, admitted it was a dream come true to make the move to France.
"To come here to Lille, to the French champions, it is a bit like a dream coming true," said Enyeama. "My ambition is to continue to progress with this excellent squad and top coach."
Rozehnal and Enyeama are the latest new arrivals to Rudi Garcia's side following the signing of Dimitri Payet
from St Etienne.