Chelsea has announced the arrival of Raheem Sterling from Manchester City as he joined the rest of the team.
The Blues confirmed Sterling’s transfer in a terse statement on social media on Wednesday.
The England international’s signing means Todd Boehly has finally made major recruitment since taking over the club from Roman Abramovich.
The 27-year-old will cost the Blues a fee believed to worth £50 million.
Sterling has signed a five-year contract worth significantly more than the £300,000 a week he was paid by City and more than £290,000 per week that N’Golo Kante earns at Stamford Bridge.
There is the option for an extension of a further season on a deal that also takes him into the Premier League’s top three earners.