Christopher Long is the latest Motherwell recruit ahead of the 2019/20 season.
The English forward has signed an initial one-year deal and will officially join on the expiry of his contract with Blackpool this month.
Long, 24, is a product of the Everton youth academy and has experience in the English Championship and League One.
“We’ve been keen to add players in the forward positions and Chris will bring another element to our attack,” manager Stephen Robinson said of his sixth signing of the summer.
“He’s got pace to burn, has an incredible work rate and can play anywhere across the front three, which will give us plenty of variety going forward.”
Liverpudlian Long spent time on loan with MK Dons and Brentford while on the books at Everton, scoring four goals in 11 games with the latter in the second tier.
An appearance in the UEFA Europa League came with the Toffees in 2014, getting on the pitch against FC Krasnodar in a game which also saw former ‘Well players Russell Griffiths and Conor Grant on the bench.
A permanent move to then-Championship side Burnley followed in 2015, before further loan spells at Fleetwood Town, Northampton Town and Bolton Wanderers.
After three years at Turf Moor, he signed at Fleetwood Town at the start of last season, before switching to Blackpool in January.
“I can’t wait to get started,” Long said on signing for the club.
“I’ve seen a number of my ex-team mates and players I’ve come up against join the club in the past and become a success. I’m hoping to follow in their footsteps.”