Chelsea on Wednesday unveiled a mural for a new star Raheem Sterling on the walls of Stamford Bridge.

The Premier League giants on their social media accounts shared the images of the 50 Million Pound signing celebrating in Blues’ colours, in a mural planted on the West Londoners Stand inside the stadium.

Chelsea completed signing of Sterling earlier this month from rivals Manchester City and Thomas Tuchel’s led-team are hopeful the 27-year-old English winger can stir them to success, as the Stamford Bridge outfit look to close the gap on rivals Manchester City and Liverpool.

After seven-years stint at the Etihad Stadium, Sterling enjoyed a successful run where he won four Premier League titles, alongside a host of domestic cup trophies {FA Cup, Carabao Cup and Community Shield}.

He scored 131 goals in 339 appearances during his stay at the Etihad, and without a natural number nine at Chelsea, the former Queens Park Rangers and Liverpool star is expected to lead the Blues attack this season.

Chelsea who defeated Club America 2-1, defeat to MLS side Charlotte FC and a 4-0 thumping humiliation against Arsenal during their pre-season US tour will be looking to bounce back against Udinese in their last pre-season friendly before taking on Frank Lampard’s side Everton in the Premier League campaign on August 6.