Bournemouth Willing To Flog Leicester City-Linked Winger IbePublished: May 23, 2019
Bournemouth are willing to listen to offers for former England youth international of Nigerian descent, Jordon Ibe.
The one-time Nigerian Football Federation target has been linked with a move to Leicester City in the summer transfer window.
According to the Mirror, Cherries boss Eddie Howe is willing to allow Ibe to leave this summer rather than lose him on a free when his contract expires at the end of next season.
Brendan Rodgers, who was appointed manager of Leicester City in February 2019, previously coached Ibe and gave the winger his Premier League debut against Queens Park Rangers in May 2013.
Bournemouth signed Ibe from Liverpool for a club-record transfer fee of approximately fifteen million pounds in July 2016.
In 88 outings across all competitions, he has scored five goals.
Photo Credit : afcb.co.uk
Football News 24/7
- England, Nigeria Or Uganda? Arsenal Young Star Reveals National Team He Wants To Represent
- Nigerian Winger Rescues Draw For Manchester United In Friendly Against Hertha Berlin II
- Why Lookman Did Not Feature In RB Leipzig's 2-1 Victory Over Benfica
- Arsenal Goalkeeper Ejeheri Targets October Return From Injury
- UCL Wrap : Club Brugge's Okereke, Dennis Start In Goalless Draw; Lokomotiv's Idowu Cameo, Dinamo's Iyayi Benched
- Saka Named In Arsenal's Provisional Squad Vs Eintracht Frankfurt; 6 Eligible Nigerians Miss Out
- Salzburg's Haaland Equals Champions League Record Held By Yakubu And 6 Players
- Slavia's Olayinka Gets A 10/10 Rating After Scoring Vs Inter Milan, Reacts To Maiden UCL Goal
- Former Chelsea Wonderkid Named In Nigeria's Provisional Squad For U17 World Cup
- Tottenham Rising Star Overtakes Ola Aina As Nigeria's All-time Highest Appearance Maker In UYL
- African Players Transfers
- Australia/ Asia
- Belgian Championship
- Danish Football
- English Premier League
- Nigeria National Teams
- Nigeria Premier League
- Norwegian Football
- Polish Football
- Russian Championship
- Serie A
- Spanish Liga
- Swedish Championship
- Turkish Championship
- Ukrainian Football
- Women's Football