Glasgow Warriors have signed Italy winger Leonardo Sarto on a two-year deal, subject to a medical.
The Scotstoun club confirmed the 24-year-old will arrive in the summer from Guinness PRO12 side Zebre.
"Glasgow Warriors are a massive club and play a great style of rugby, " Sarto told the club's official website. "I wanted to move to the UK as I know the standard of rugby is high and I want to improve my game. Joining a club like Glasgow Warriors will help me do that.
"I've always known Glasgow is a great club and I know Simone Favaro is enjoying it there. I hear the fans love him and I hope I will have a similarly good relationship with them when I move over."
Sarto, capped 26 times, scored on his international debut against Scotland in the South African Quadrangular Tournament in June 2013.
Now a regular for Italy, he has started all three RBS 6 Nations games against France, England and Scotland this season, as well as all four of their Rugby World Cup pool matches last year, scoring a try in the win over Romania.
Glasgow Warriors head coach Gregor Townsend said: "Leonardo has been one of the best wingers in the Guinness PRO12 over the past few seasons and has an ability to break tackles. He has also performed well at Test level and had an excellent all-round game against Scotland last month.
"He is somebody we've been tracking for a while and we're delighted that he has committed to us from next season. We believe that he will make further improvements in our environment and will add to the competition for places in our backline."