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Published: 20:32 | 14/7/16

Bournemouth complete Ibe signing


Jordan Ibe has moved to Bournemouth on a permanent deal from Liverpool.

Ibe joined Liverpool from Wycombe Wanderers in the summer of 2011 and was tipped to fill the void left by Raheem Sterling's move to Manchester City.

However, he struggled for form and failed to break into the starting team following Jurgen Klopp's appointment, making just 12 Premier League starts last season. In total Ibe has made 58 Liverpool appearances.

The 20-year-old has signed a four-year deal with the Cherries

"We’re delighted to bring Jordon to the football club," Bournemouth chief executive Neill Blake said.

"He played plenty of football with Liverpool last season and we’re looking forward to seeing him to continue to grow now with us, he’s a huge prospect.

"We’ve now signed five players this summer, all of whom have an abundance of potential.

"It shows that we’re serious about nurturing talent at this football club and we have the long term in mind when we say we want to stay in the Premier League."

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