Bournemouth have agreed a deal to sign Roma left-back Matias Vina.
The 25-year-old, who played twice for Uruguay at the World Cup in Qatar last year, will join initially on loan with an option to buy, after the player failed to win a regular place in Jose Mourinho's Serie A side this season.
He is expected to arrive in the UK in the next 48 hours to finalise terms and undergo a medical with Gary O’Neil’s Premier League strugglers.
Bournemouth dropped into the relegation zone following their 1-1 home draw with Nottingham Forest on Saturday and they have the worst defensive record in the league this season, with 42 goals conceded in 20 games.
Vina, who played 37 times for Roma last season, has struggled to match the playing time he enjoyed in his debut year in Italy after signing from Brazilian side Palmeiras, which included featuring as a substitute in the team’s Europa Conference League final victory against Feyenoord.
He will become Bournemouth’s second signing of the January transfer window after winger Dango Ouattara arrived from Lorient for £20million last week.
Wolves striker Fabio Silva has ended his spell with Anderlecht to join Dutch side PSV Eindhoven on loan for the remainder of the season.
Silva, 20, spent the first half of the campaign in Belgium, scoring 11 goals and helping Anderlecht reach the knockout stages of the Europa Conference League.
Wolves' sporting director Matt Hobbs said on the club's website: "This is the next step of his development.
"The club invested in a young player with high potential, and he showed glimpses of his talent here at Wolves, and at Anderlecht we saw him score regularly, so we are looking for the same at PSV.
"(Wolves boss) Julen (Lopetegui) wants him to be back here for pre-season to see how he's developed. The manager is keeping a close eye on him."
Defender Ki-Jana Hoever, 21, has returned to Wolves from his own loan spell at PSV.
Dutchman Hoever, who came through Liverpool's academy, played 10 matches for PSV but struggled to secure a regular place in the side and is in line for another loan switch for the rest of the season.
"We can pick the best club who are going to give him good minutes and the right style of football, without any other thoughts needing to come into play," Hobbs said.