Walmart is buying J.R. Sporting, a retailer of specialty goods.
The deal is worth $3.4 billion, or about 7 percent of Walmart’s total value.
J.R.’s Sporting Goods will be Walmart’s second-largest U.S. retailer, after Target.
The retailer is already the largest online retailer, with more than 20,000 stores, according to Fortune.
Walmart also owns Sam’s Club and has been investing heavily in online sales.
In a statement, Walmart said J.J.’s Sports is the third-largest online retailer in the U.K. after the Uptown Supermarket and Sainsbury’s.
Walmart will use the new retailer to expand its online and mobile business.
Walmart has been testing its own mobile store and has a store in the UK called J.A.
J’S in Cardiff.
Jarryd’s Sports is currently the largest retailer in Britain with more customers than any other retailer, according a 2015 report from Deloitte, a financial advisory firm.