Raheem Sterling has completed his move from Manchester City to Chelsea in a reported £50million deal.
The England international, 27, has signed a long-term deal at Stamford Bridge after seven seasons at the Etihad.
Sterling leaves having scored 131 goals in 337 appearances for City, winning the league four times during that period.
After confirming his departure from the Premier League champions, Sterling said: “Seven seasons. 11 major trophies. A lifetime of memories.
“To the coaching staff who have played a massive role in my development over the years.
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“To my team-mates who have become more than just those I share a pitch with.
“To the backroom staff, to the office staff, to the fans who have tirelessly supported the team and to everyone involved with Manchester City — my respect for you couldn’t be greater.
“What a ride it’s been. I am thankful for the ups and the downs, as it’s the ups and downs that have at times tested my strength and resolve and enabled me to stand here in front of you as the best possible version of myself.
“I arrived in Manchester a 20-year-old. Today, I leave as a man. It’s been an honour to wear the shirt of Manchester City.”
Sterling is Chelsea’s first signing under their new ownership and will look to provide firepower up front after Thomas Tuchel’s side struggled for goals last term.
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