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Chelsea new ownership led by Todd Boehly 'to invest in major upgrade to Stamford Bridge including renovation of the West Stand and new murals around the stadium'

Chelsea co-owner and chairman Todd Boehly is set to invest in a major upgrade to Stamford Bridge.

According to The Telegraph, the improvements will include the renovation of the West Stand as well as new murals around the stadium.

The Boehly-Clearlake consortium, who finalised their takeover of Chelsea in May, are eager to create a greater sense of belonging for the club's supporters and also want to spell out the club's identity around the ground.

Chelsea's new owners are investing in a major upgrade of the club's Stamford Bridge ground

Boehly has entrusted the project to executive Janet Marie Smith, who has overseen the renovation of several major US sports venues, including Dodger Stadium, the home of baseball's LA Dodgers, who are part owned by Boehly.