Ipswich Town have signed midfielder Giles Coke and winger Larsen Toure following trials at Portman Road.
Coke, 29, has agreed a two-year deal with an option for a further 12 months after leaving Sheffield Wednesday.
He made 20 appearances last season, during which he also had a spell on loan with Bolton Wanderers.
Guinea international Toure, 31, has been given a one-year deal with a 12-month option, having played most recently for French club Arles-Avignon.
Toure rejoins former Levski Sofia team-mate Kevin Bru, who gave a video of him playing to Town's coaching staff.
"The manager liked what he saw and I was asked in for a trial and now I'm delighted that I have joined Ipswich Town," he told the club website.
The pair both appeared as substitutes in Saturday's friendly against Dutch club FC Utrecht.
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