Coventry City have agreed to sign Reading defender Dominic Hyam and Portsmouth goalkeeper Liam O’Brien.
Both players will begin two-year deals on 1 July, with 21-year-old centre-back Hyam departing the Royals, having not made a first-team appearance.
O’Brien, 25, was not offered new terms at the end of his second Pompey spell.
“Dominic is a strong and aggressive centre half, who comes from a very good academy set-up,” Coventry boss Mark Robins told the Sky Blues’ website.
Although he did not break through at Reading, Hyam does have League Two experience following a loan spell at Dagenham and Redbridge last season.
O’Brien, meanwhile, did not make a first-team appearance in his first spell at Portsmouth, and went on loan to Eastbourne Borough.
He later played for Barnet and Dagenham, before returning to Portsmouth in August 2016 on a short-term deal.
“Liam is a quality goalkeeper, who we will be working hard with to maximise his potential,” Robins added.
“We are building a club, not just a team, for our short-term and long-term aims.”
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