AFC Bournemouth confirmed their fifth signing of the summer transfer window-- Jordon Ibe from Liverpool. The young player signed a four-year deal with the team from Dean Court. Neill Blake the chief executive in Bournemouth is delighted, that his team managed to sign such a huge talent, who already has a lot of experience at the highest level. He added that the whole club is expecting Jordon Ibe to make progress at Bournemouth.

No room for Ibe at Liverpool

Jordon Ibe joined Liverpool from a small club Wycombe Wanders back in 2011, but then The Reds decided to loan him to Birmingham City and Derby County. The 20-year-old made his debut in the senior squad in 2013. The fans at Anfield Road thought that he would be the next big thing, their new Raheem Sterling, who decided to leave Liverpool for Manchester City in 2014, but Ibe failed to deliver.

Jordon Ibe struggled to break into the starting eleven under new manager Jurgen Klopp as he made only twelve Premier League starts last season, scoring only once and providing two assists.

Jordon Ibe -- youngster with huge potential

Ibe has a huge potential and in the near future he can be back on the radar of the best teams in England, but he needs to focus on his Football career and put other things away from him.

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Eddie Howe, his new manager provided a statement on Ibe's move and he revaled that Ibe will play a main role in the next season. He is sure that Jordon has the potential to become a top-class attacker, but he needs to work on his game even more.

New transfer record

Bournemouth paid almost $25 million for bringing Ibe to Dean Court. The Cherries fought off rival Premier League interest from Watford and Southampton to secure the services of the young player.

The move has smashed AFC Bournemouth's previous record, beating the $20 million they paid for Benik Afobe, who joined them in January from Wolverhampton.

Can Jordon Ibe become a real threat for Premier League clubs? We will find out in the next Premiership season starting in September!

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