Ian Bell had previously played in the West Australian city in several Ashes tours, and also joins retired international Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson in Perth Scorchers
Ian Bell has scored just one Test century since July 2014 and has struggled for form recently.
Ian Bell was a surprise omission from the squad for the forthcoming tour of South Africa starting on December 26. Bell, the eighth highest run-scorer in England's Test history, averaged just over 30 in the recent series with Pakistan, and has not scored a century since July last year.
Ian Bell's recent lack of form cost him a place in the Test squad for the series against South Africa.
James Taylor's maiden Test fifty and his unbroken partnership with Jonny Bairstow put England in the ascendancy on day two of the third Test in Sharjah.
England were 206 for three on the third morning in Dubai but surrendered their last seven wickets for 36 to lose the second Test versus Pakistan.
Alastair Cook scored a brilliant unbeaten 168 to counter Pakistan's pace-cum-spin attack in style and led England to a steady 290/3 at close on day three in reply to Pakistan's mammoth 523/8 declared. England now trail by 233 runs with seven wickets intact.
Alastair Cook scored his 28th century and in the process, went past 1000 Test runs in a calendar year for the fourth time in his career.
England, who have a dismal record in the sub-continent and in the UAE, will be hoping that Mahela Jayawardene's appointment changes their fortunes around.
Ian Bell is England's record ODI run-scorer, with 5,416 runs from 161 matches.
Ian Bell, who has 7,569 runs in 115 Tests, fared poorly in England's victorious Ashes campaign, scoring only 215 runs at an average of 26.87.
Former England captain and current ECB managing director Andrew Strauss has urged Ian Bell to continue his Test career.
England take on Australia in the fourth Test of the Ashes 2015 hoping to take an unbeatable lead at Trent Bridge. The penultimate match starts from Thursday.
Ian Bell made two fifties on his home ground as England beat Australia by eight wickets inside three days to win the third Test and go 2-1 up in the series.
England thrashed Australia by eight wickets within three days in the Ashes Edgbaston Test to complete a remarkable turnaround after their 405-run defeat in the second Test at Lord's.
Ian Bell, England's most experienced batsman, having made his Test debut 11 years ago, has struggled for runs during the Ashes thus far with scores of one, 60, one and 11 in the first two matches.
Ian Bell has struggled for runs during the Ashes thus far with scores of one, 60, one and 11 in the first two matches.
Ian Bell is one of the most seasoned campaigners for England in the ongoing Ashes. Geoffrey Boycott though feels Bell needs to pull his socks up and lead from the front.