Jordon Ibe Ready to Play For Nigeria

According to Mirror.co.uk,Nigeria born youngster Jordon Ibe is about to reconsider Nigeria after turning down an Opportunity to represent Nigeria under Sunday Oliseh in 2015.


The Bournemouth winger Jordon Ibe is ready to turn his back on England by pledging international allegiance to Nigeria.
Former Liverpool ace Ibe initially snubbed pleas to play for the Super Eagles but is now ready to make a U-turn.
A source close to the Nigerian Football Federation said: “Jordon is willing to listen to what we have to offer.
“We are hoping he finds the project enticing enough to dump England where he is a youth international and play for Nigeria at senior level.”

Ibe has played for England at all levels from under-18s and has four under-21 caps and he is not the only player to repent as Nedum Onuoha did the same thing recently.

The Cherries star was reportedly the victim of a £25,000 robbery earlier this month.
The ex-Liverpool winger was understood to have been hit by a vehicle containing four men, who threatened Ibe with a knife before taking off with his watch on November 6.

Photo Credit : Mirror

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