Scotland international defender Declan Gallagher has arrived at Pittodrie on a two-year deal.
The 30-year-old today met up with his new Aberdeen team-mates at Cormack Park.
Gallagher was set to go out of contract at Motherwell this summer but had reached a pre-contract agreement to join Aberdeen.
The centre-back remained a Motherwell player whilst on international duty at Euro 2020 with the Scotland squad.
Gallagher failed to secure game in the three Group D matches before Scotland exited at the group stage following a 3-1 loss to Croatia.
He was an unused substitute in the defeat by Croatia at Hampden last week.
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Capped nine times by Scotland the defender has been given the number five at Aberdeen.