As we get closer to transfer deadline day, here is the full round up on what each club has been doing so far including Liverpool and Everton
• 20-year-old signs four-year contract with south coast club• Ibe could make Bournemouth debut in United States on Wednesday
"The manager (Klopp) told me that Eddie Howe showed interest and not being in the Europa League and Champions League there would be limited chances to play so I thought it would be the best move to come here.
“We’re delighted to bring Jordon to the football club,” the Bournemouth chief executive, Neill Blake, told the club website. “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.”
He has represented England from under-18 to under-21 level.
However, that didn’t stop Liverpool fans and other football fans going nuts on Twitter.
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In August 2015, he received his first call-up to the under-21 squad.
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Liverpool must have thought they were dreaming when Bournemouth said they were happy to pay £15million for Jordon Ibe.
Ibe agreed personal terms before completing a medical in England on Wednesday. Ibe will now fly out to meet his Bournemouth team-mates in the United States, on the club’s pre-season tour of Chicago and Minnesota. He could make his first appearance for the club against Minnesota United on Wednesday.
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Jordon Ashley Femi Ibe (/ˈaɪb/; born 8 December 1995) is an English professional footballer who plays for Premier League club AFC Bournemouth as an attacking midfielder or winger.
"Liverpool are not in the Europa League so would it really make a difference? And I would have more chances to play at Bournemouth than Liverpool so it doesn't really matter."
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Ibe struggled to impose himself, missed a sitter, produced a worst cross of the season contender and got into a minor scuffle with James Collison all in just 79 minutes for the Cherries.
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The England Under-21 international left Liverpool this summer after four years at the Merseyside club, joining Premier League rivals Bournemouth for £15million.
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On 5 November 2015, Ibe scored his first Liverpool goal, in an 1–0 away win over Rubin Kazan in the Europa League group stage. After replacing the injured Philippe Coutinho in the 18th minute, he scored the only goal in the 37th, as Liverpool defeated Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium in the first leg of the League Cup semi-final on 5 January 2016. Ibe scored his first Premier League goal on the final day of the season in a 1–1 draw at West Bromwich Albion.
But Ibe is confident he hasn't taken a backwards step in his career because both clubs are fighting for the same things this season.
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Jordon Ibe's ball retention stats must be among the worst in the league. He loses the ball every time he gets it. £15m was daylight robbery.
On 21 May 2015, Ibe signed a long-term contract with Liverpool, reported to be a five-year deal.
Ibe had a medical at the south coast club on Wednesday and will now fly out to Chicago to join up with their pre-season training camp in the United States, having signed a four-year contract.
Ibe, Jordon - Bournemouth (ENG)
After coming up through the youth system of Wycombe Wanderers, for whom he made his debut in the Football League as a 15-year-old, Ibe joined Liverpool in 2012. He spent time on loan at Championship clubs Birmingham City in the 2013–14 season and Derby County in 2014–15. In 2016, he signed for Bournemouth for a club record £15 million fee.
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Sky Sports News HQ reported last week that the Reds had accepted a bid from the Cherries after Eddie Howe had made the winger a priority target.
Born in Bermondsey, London, Ibe signed for the Wycombe Wanderers youth team in 2007 at the age of 12, following his release from the Charlton Athletic youth team.
It was an afternoon to forget for Ibe and one he will be hoping is a rare occurrence in a successful career with Bournemouth who have already shown a massive amount of faith in the youngster.
"We've now signed five players this summer, all of whom have an abundance of potential.
The 20-year-old had made just 41 appearances in the Premier League for Liverpool when Bournemouth came knocking and the Reds supporters who managed to catch the winger’s display against West Ham on Sunday could not believe their luck.