Bresnan will be available to play for his new club in 2020 as part of a loan arrangement, with the ECB having confirmed on Monday that the county campaign will begin on August 1
Tim Bresnan has signed a two-year contract with Warwickshire.
The allrounder, who announced his departure from Yorkshire after nearly two decades earlier this month, will stay with the Bears until the end of the 2022 season.
He will be available to play for his new club in 2020 as part of a loan arrangement, with the ECB having confirmed on Monday that the county campaign will begin on August 1.
Bresnan will not be eligible to feature for Warwickshire in any matches against Yorkshire this year.
He said: “I’m thrilled to be joining Warwickshire. It’s a club that I’ve always admired, and I’ve always thoroughly enjoyed playing at Edgbaston with Yorkshire and England.
“I’ve had some great conversations with Paul Farbrace about the way that he plans to take the club forwards, and I see this move as a great fit for both of us. I have still got a strong desire to continuing playing at the top level and to win, so hopefully I can pass on a bit of my experience to the young players who are coming through.
“I know quite a few of the players well, so I can’t wait to move down and get cracking.”