Hasan played five games for Lancashire in the early stages of the 2022 County Championship and continued to thrive, taking 25 wickets at 20.60, including two five-wicket hauls, but the club did not pursue renewal.
He has been a regular in the Pakistan squad in all formats for the past six years but was dropped ahead of the T20 World Cup and has also lost his place in the Test squad ahead of the tour of England next month.
If the limited-overs setup is recalled, his availability could be limited to Pakistan’s home white-ball series against New Zealand from April 13 to May 7, as well as a possible involvement in the World Test Championship final. .
“I’m delighted to sign for Warwickshire as they are an exciting club and Edgbaston is a ground I always enjoy playing at,” Hassan said. “I hope I can help the team with my experience and contribute to some wins – maybe even a trophy.”
“He will play an important role for us in both the Championship and the T20 Blast and will continue from the start of the season until the end of July. Something different to what we already have.”
Warwickshire were Blast quarter-finalists last year but narrowly avoided relegation on the final day of the Championship season, with Dom Sibley (Surrey), Ollie Stone (Nottinghamshire), Adam Hawes (Worcestershire) and Matthew Lamb (Derbyshire) last year. K lost to Kwa. .
Hassan is the latest addition to their sevens attack, with Ed Barnard (Worcestershire) and Chris Rushworth (Durham) arriving in the early winter, while Moeen Ali will return to the club in 2023 and play a prominent role in the Blast. .