What happened to Jordan Ibe?

Liverpool academy graduate Jordon Ibe has left England for a new challenge, after a difficult six years since leaving the club for Bournemouth in 2016. Ibe made 58 appearances for the Reds following his breakthrough under Brendan Rodgers in 2013, including 31 starts, scoring four goals and laying on six assists.

Where is Jordon Ibe now?

AdanasporJordon Ibe / Current team (#33 / Forward)Adanaspor is a Turkish professional football club based in Adana, currently performing at the TFF First League. Wikipedia

How old is Jordan Ibe?

26 years (December 8, 1995)Jordon Ibe / Age

Who does Jordan Ibe?

Ibe will sign a three year contract with the TFF First League side that currently sit eighth in the table. The English forward signed for Liverpool from Wycombe Wanderers in 2012 at the age of 17.

How much did jordan Ibe cost?

Jordon Ibe – £16.2m Ibe was signed from Wycombe in 2011 at the age of just 16. They made a big profit on him when he was sold to Bournemouth in 2016, after 58 games for Liverpool. He was Bournemouth’s record signing at the time.

How much did solanke cost?

Solanke signed for fellow Premier League club AFC Bournemouth on 4 January 2019 on a long-term contract for an undisclosed fee, reported by BBC Sport as £19 million.

What does Jordan Ibe earn?

Current Contract Jordon Ibe signed a 4 year / £7,904,000 contract with the AFC Bournemouth, including an annual average salary of £1,976,000.

Does Jordan Ibe have a club?

AdanasporJordon Ibe / Current team (#33 / Forward)

Did Liverpool sell Solanke?

Liverpool signed Solanke on a free transfer from Chelsea in 2017 and despite showing some promise at Anfield was sold to Bournemouth for £19million in January 2019.

What nationality is solanke?

Dominic Solanke/Nationality

Solanke was born in Reading, Berkshire to a Nigerian father and an English mother. He attended Brighton Hill Community College in Basingstoke.

How much did Solanke cost?

Who is Michael Edwards Liverpool?

Michael Edwards could be set for an immediate return to football scouting when he leaves his role as sporting director at Liverpool at the end of the season. The 42-year-old first joined the Reds in November 2011 and has played a key role in the club’s successful recruitment in recent seasons.