MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 08: Morne Morkel speaks during the T20 World Cup Trophy Tour Launch at Crown Riverwalk on July 08, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Graham Denholm/Getty Images)

Morne Morkel and Andrew Puttick are set to join Pakistan's international men's team as bowling and batting coaches, respectively, while Mickey Arthur will join as a consultant, per ESPNcricinfo.

Morkel is currently a bowling coach at the Lucknow Super Giants, set to join the Pakistan team once his commitments in the IPL are done. The 38-year-old, after a successful career in which he claimed 309 Test wickets, has previously coached Namibia and the New Zealand women's team.

Puttick, meanwhile, joins as a batting consultant, most recently working with the South African women's team throughout the T20 World Cup. The 42-year-old made just one international appearance for South Africa in his career, back in 2005, but has had a consistent career in the coaching realm.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 14: Michael Clarke with Mickey Arthur during the Australia Nets Session at The Oval on June 14, 2013 in London, England. (Photo by Christopher Lee/Getty Images)

ESPNcricinfo has confirmed that Arthur will be in his role remotely, continuing on as head coach of Derbyshire while consulting the Pakistani team from afar.

Arthur, who joins as Team Director, will oversee the new coaching panel, led by head coach Grant Bradburn.

Physio Cliffe Deacon and strength and conditioning coach Dri­kus Saaimon round out the coaching panel.