Mathias Vigna has joined Bournemouth on an initial loan deal that includes the possibility of a permanent move from Roma.
The Uruguayan left-back signed for Roma from Palmeiras in 2021 and has made 29 appearances in Serie A.
But Vina has been limited to just 54 league minutes under José Mourinho this season and has gone to Bournemouth until at least the end of the campaign.
The 25-year-old will reportedly be joined by Sassuolo midfielder Hamed Traore and Dynamo Kyiv defender Ilya Zabarny at his new club on Tuesday, when the transfer deadline expires.
Another new addition
We are pleased to complete the signing of left-back Mathias Vigna, who has signed him on loan from Roma for six months. pic.twitter.com/GPdBrUVdLc
— AFC Bournemouth (@afcbournemouth) January 30, 2023
Bournemouth appear to have failed in their bid for Nicolò Zaniolo, who has already brought in Dango Ouattara and Antoine Semeño.
Meanwhile, Roma are said to be close to signing Diego Llorente from Leeds United.