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Jordan Ibe | Forward

Team: Liverpool
Age / DOB:  (19) / 12/8/1995
Ht / Wt:  5'9' / 150

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Jordan Ibe has dazzled enough so far this summer that Brendan Rodgers has now gone on record to state that the winger will feature heavily in the first team this coming season.
Bargain alert in the early weeks for fantasy managers as Ibe could pay real dividends for investors as their low-end midfielder. Priced at just 5.0 in the FPL game, he is worth a shot if only for the first four weeks. After that comes the international break and the closing of the transfer window when managers can assess his value going forward. Could he be the next Sterling for the Reds? Jul 30 - 6:34 PM

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Jordon Ibe impressed with a phenomenal goal but Liverpool were otherwise kept in check with Malaysia XI as the two sides played to a 1-1 final.

Ibe has to be working his way into Brendan Rodgers' thinking as the season approaches, he has been superb so far in preseason and his goal today was certainly of the caliber and class that deserves its place in the top flight. Malaysia scored the opener with a real hustle goal, but it was Ibe who responded near the half hour mark. Working near the area on the right flank, he worked his way in for what looked like a potential cross, but instead made the split second decision to strike with the opening given, and he blasted a cannon into the top shelf. He is only 5.0m in the FPL game and makes for a fine speculative pick in the later rounds of drafts. He will have one more chance in preseason to stake a claim when the Reds travel to Helsinki August 1.
Source: Telegraph
Jul 24 - 12:41 PM

Jordon Ibe is not fit enough to represent England at the prestigious under-20s tournament in Toulon after the winger was ordered to rest following a persistent knee complaint.

Ibe had surgery after damaging his lateral collateral knee ligament while on Europa League duty in Turkey for Liverpool back in February. Despite early reports suggesting his season was over Ibe did return ahead of schedule although his involvement has been sporadic since April having failed to complete 90 minutes. This latest decision was taken to ensure Ibe will be fully fit and ready for pre-season as Rodgers’ aims to forget a disappointing end to this campaign. With Steven Gerrard moving to LA Galaxy and Daniel Sturridge out until October - in the first instance - Rodgers' will need all hands on deck at the beginning of the new campaign.
May 26 - 11:59 AM

Jordon Ibe is hoping to be available for first team selection well ahead of schedule following a return to light training less than a month after knee surgery.

Ibe strained his lateral collateral ligament during a Europa League tie in Turkey and despite Brendan Rodgers initially confirming 3/4 weeks further tests revealed the damage was far worse than originally feared with his surgeon advising a realistic time-frame of up-to 3 months. However it now looks like Jordon Ibe could return in GW32 for the visit of Newcastle to provide the Reds with a welcome boost. Having impressed during his loan spell at Derby earlier this season Ibe arrived at Anfield in great form and made his first league start during the Merseyside derby draw at Goodison in February. Long-term Ibe could go head-to-head with Markovic for a place on the right in a 3-4-3 and this emerging talent will almost certainly see Javier Manquillo return to the La Liga following his loan move from Atletico Madrid.
Source: Sky Sports
Mar 29 - 4:02 PM

Jordon Ibe has been ruled out for between 3-4 weeks after the Liverpool youngster damaged lateral knee ligaments during last Thursdays’ Europa League game against Besiktas.

Ibe has been a revelation since his return from Derby County where the 19 year-old was so impressive during his four month stint that Brendan Rodgers chose to execute an early release clause in his season long loan deal. Although his absence will be felt, Liverpool can at least call upon the services of Alberto Moreno to fill the void during the interim while Jose Enrique offers a slightly different option once fit. The Reds are hoping to make it 4 straight wins on Wednesday [and 12 unbeaten] as they attempt to break into the European places. Mamadou Sakho and Glen Johnson have a chance of facing Burnley while Steven Gerrard is also "very close."
Source: Daily Star
Mar 3 - 5:45 PM