Championship side Sheffield Wednesday have secured services of Tottenham midfielder Josh Onomah and Chelsea defender Michael Hector on season-long loan deals.
England Under-21 international Onomah has made 33 league appearences while on loan at Championship club Aston Villa last term.
Ex-Reading centre-back Hector, 26, has not played a single game for Chelsea since joining them for £4m back in 2015.
He spent 2017-18 on loan at Championship club Hull, making 38 appearances, and also had a spell with Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt.
Onomah has played in 32 games for Spurs, however, has yet to make a Premier League start.
Meanwhile, Chelsea forward Kylian Hazard has joined Belgian outfit Cercle Brugge for the rest of the season, according to the reports from Britain.
The brother of Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard has joined the Stamford Bridge side a year ago from Hungarian club FC Ujpest, however, has yet to make a senior appearance.
Kylian will now continue his progress back in his native Belgium, having made his senior debut back in 2013 at second division team White Star Brussels.
“We warmly welcome Kylian to Cercle Brugge,” sports director Francois Vitali told the official club website.