Salernitana have secured two new signings today, with reports they have deals for Poland international Mateusz Legowski and Jamaica talent Trivante Stewart.
Coach Paulo Sousa had complained openly in interviews over the last few days that he did not have the reinforcements he wanted for this season.
According to Sky Sport Italia, the club has picked up two internationals who will have their medical tests over the next 24 hours.
The first is 20-year-old midfielder Legowski, who spent time in the Valencia youth academy and is now playing for Pogon Szczecin.
He has one senior cap for Poland, coming off the bench against the Netherlands in the Nations League in September 2022.
They also have an agreement for Mount Pleasant centre-forward Stewart, a 23-year-old who has three senior caps for Jamaica.
In his Jamaica Premier League career, including the play-offs, he has scored 30 goals in 66 games.
Stewart is already in Salerno and will have his medical tomorrow.