Yantorno has joined Hibs, while Benji heads for Belgium
Hibernian have signed former Gretna attacking midfielder Fabian Yantorno and agreed a loan deal for Abdessalam Benjelloun to join Royal Charleroi.
Morocco striker Benjelloun, 23, has left the Scottish Premier League club on a season-long loan, with the Belgians having an option to buy.
The 25-year-old Uruguayan Yantorno has been given a two-year contract by Hibs after impressing during pre-season.
He had been training at Easter Road after being made redundant by Gretna.
The now-defunct club had been unable to fund his treatment after a serious injury he picked up in January.
Fabian is a technically-gifted player with good game awareness
Hibs manager Mixu Paatelainen
Yantorno had until that point been Gretna's best player during their ill-fated Scottish Premier League debut season and has recovered sufficiently to persuade Hibs manager Mixu Paatelainen to offer him a permanent deal.
Paatelainen told his club website: "Fabian is a technically-gifted player with good game awareness.
"He is an exciting footballer and we look forward to Fabian giving his best in the coming weeks as he becomes fully match fit."
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