David Warner has "paid enough" of a price for his role in a ball-tampering scandal, Bangladesh's Sylhet Sixers said, after the club announced the Australian's signing on Saturday.
The Sixers are counting on Warner to boost their chances in the lucrative Bangladesh Premier League, which begins in January.
"Our legal and compliance team analysed his situation and cleared his signing. After that we signed a contract with him for the next season," Sixers chief executive Yasir Obaid told media.
"We believe he has paid enough for the ball-tempering scandal. We are happy to have him in our squad as we think we he has still plenty of cricket left in him."
The controversy in South Africa cost Warner his contract with Indian Premier League side Surnrisers Hyderabad.
He has also played grade cricket, where he sometimes received hostile receptions from opponents.
Warner walked off the field mid-innings after being sledged during a Sydney game on Saturday, reports said.
Sylhet Sixers will be his first team in the Bangladesh league.
Obaid said Warner had committed for the full tournament, which concludes on February 8.
The Sixers also signed Nepalese leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane as their second permitted foreign recruit, Obaid said.