Jake Hastie admitted his year away from Motherwell made him appreciate how the club had helped his development after he returned to Fir Park on a season-long loan deal.
Peter Hartley captained Motherwell to third place in the Scottish Premiership but fears he has been “out of sight, out in mind” in England.
Motherwell are “delighted and relieved” to keep hold of Stephen Robinson after Northern Ireland appointed former Fir Park boss Ian Baraclough as their new manager.
Charles Dunne has agreed a new short-term contract with Motherwell.
Motherwell have secured the signing of Mark O’Hara on a two-year deal.
Motherwell have completed the signing of former Ross County and Partick Thistle goalkeeper Scott Fox.
Motherwell have denied taking advantage of the coronavirus crisis during contract negotiations with the departed Richard Tait.
New St Mirren signing Richard Tait has revealed his disappointment with the way his Motherwell career ended after the club tried to renegotiate terms on a contract he had already signed.
St Mirren have signed former Motherwell defender Richard Tait.
Scotland will face Israel on October 8 in their delayed Euro 2020 play-off.
Barry Maguire is one of four players to sign a new Motherwell contract.
Motherwell have signed former Forest Green defender Nathan McGinley.
Chris Cadden finally hopes to push on with his Columbus Crew career almost 12 months after signing for the Major League Soccer side.
Motherwell have completed the signing of Ricki Lamie from Livingston.
Dundee United forward Lawrence Shankland has been named on the shortlist for the Scottish Football Writers’ Association player of the year award.
Club captain Peter Hartley and full-back Richard Tait are among the players leaving Motherwell this summer.
Tony Watt has signed a new one-year deal at Motherwell.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson had little time to savour being confirmed as the Ladbrokes Premiership’s third-placed team before telling a number of players they were no longer needed during a “bittersweet” day.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson hailed his team’s “incredible achievement” after their third-placed finish in the Ladbrokes Premiership was confirmed.
Celtic hit out at the “denigration” of individuals within the Scottish Professional Football League hierarchy as they welcomed the rejection of Rangers’ calls for an independent investigation.