Cook Islands international Troy Dargan and Italy star Jack Johns will link up with South Sydney Rabbitohs for 2020.
Half-back Dargan, 21, who is of Australian Indigenous and Cook Islander heritage, made his international debut for the Cook Islands in a World Cup qualifier against South Africa earlier this year.
Dargan will remain at the Rabbitohs until the end of the 2021 season.
Rabbitohs general manager of football, Shane Richardson, said: “Troy is a wonderful talent and he will add to the depth of our halves stocks for at least the next two years.
“He comes from a great pedigree of representative football for New South Wales, Australia and the Cook Islands and we’re certain that he will thrive under the coaching of Wayne [Bennett] and his team here at Souths.”
Back-rower or half-back Johns, 21, represented Italy at the 2017 Rugby League World Cup via family heritage. He is the son of Matty Johns.
Johns has signed a deal with Souths for the 2020 campaign.
Richardson added: “Jack has worked very hard over the past 12 months to transform himself from a five-eighth into an edge back-rower and he has taken a completely professional approach to his football this year.
“He comes from a wonderful family background, has a great attitude towards his football, has played World Cup football and we’re delighted to be able to extend his tenure in the red and green for next year.”