Bournemouth have agreed a deal with Liverpool for their attacker Jordon Ibe for a fee around £15million, according to SkySports.
Liverpool have accepted the bid around £15million from Bournemouth for Jordon Ibe, as per latest reports.
Bournemouth have been keeping tabs on the young attacker for the past few months and now have finally sealed the move.
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Ibe joined Liverpool from Wycombe Wanderers in 2011 but failed to shine at Liverpool especially under boss Jurgen Klopp. He started only 12 games last season.
The 20-year-old has still left four years on his current Liverpool contract.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has signed several players so far this summer including Emerson Hyndman and Lys Mousset. Ibe will become the third signing for them.
While, Howe has also signed Nathan Ake on a season loan deal from Chelsea.
Ibe has made more than 50 appearances for the Reds since his debut few years ago. He has also spent loan spells at Birmingham and Derby County.
The Englishman who has capped four times for England under 21 will be traveling to Bournemouth for the medical and further contract discussions next week.
What do you say? Should Liverpool have kept him?