Lancashire have accomplished the signings of former Sussex opening batsman Luke Wells and ex-Nottinghamshire quick bowler Jack Blatherwick.
Each have joined on two-year contracts after they have been launched by their counties final season.
Left-hander Wells, 29, spent 9 years at Sussex enjoying 141 first-class video games and scoring 18 centuries.
Proper-armer Blatherwick, 22, is a former England Below-19 worldwide who made his Notts debut in 2018.
“We’re happy with the additions of Luke and Jack to bolster the squad,” Lancashire director of cricket Paul Allott mentioned.
“Luke’s file in first-class cricket speaks for itself – a talented batsman who values his wicket and has the power to bat lengthy intervals of time.
“In Jack, we’re getting a highly-talented younger seam bowler who’s but to completely present what he can do.
“After dropping Graham Onions to retirement and with Toby Lester transferring on, a spot has opened up within the seam bowling division and we’re excited to see what he can add to our group.”