For months, his life-like and realistic visions of a new Stamford Bridge has had Chelsea fans on the edge of their seats.
Now, computer scientist and Chelsea season ticket holder Neil Vano has created two new render of what the £500 million stadium will look like once built.
His latest images offers a glimpse inside and outside the stadium, which is designed by Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, who created the Beijing Olympic Bird’s Nest Stadium, and is inspired by Westminster Cathedral.
One of the images is a view of the East stand from inside the stadium, taken from where the current Matthew Harding stand.
The next is an exterior shot, and showing the dramatic main entrance to the ground.
YouTuber Mr Vano has created virtual tours of the new stadium to satisfy his own interest and intrigue, and to show Chelsea fans what they can expect when the 60,000 seater stadium is finished.
The stadium is expected to take four years to build, with Chelsea needing to find a temporary home for three years.
Twickenham Stadium has been mooted as a possible home from home, but this option appears dead in the water .
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