One-time Super Eagles target Jordan Ibe set to quits Premier League strugglers Bournemouth June 30 even if the current season is not complete, according to Sky Sport.

The 24-year-old Nigerian descent one of seven Bournemouth players who are out of contract on June 30, along with Ryan Fraser, Charlie Daniels, Andrew Surman, Simon Francis, Artur Boruc, and Brad Smith.

Ibe who joined Eddie Howie side from Liverpool in the most expensive signing in history when he joined the club in the 2016-2017 £16m deal in 2016 but the winger struggled to live up to expectations Vitality Stadium scoring five goals in 92 appearances across all competitions.

No thanks to injuries and loss of form, Ibe has been involved in only two Premier League games this season, logging a paltry 47 minutes.

Ibe is eligible for Nigeria through his father and the Nigeria Football Federation confirmed in February 2015 that they were monitoring the winger and would attempt to get him to switch his international allegiance.

In August, former Nigeria manager Sunday Oliseh made a personal appeal to Ibe in an attempt to convince him to switch allegiance, but a few weeks later, he confirmed that his international future lay with England.

Former Flying Eagles midfielder Nnamdi Ofoborh remains contracted to Bournemouth until the end of the 2020-2021 season while another Nigerian youngster in Ferdinand Okoh has agreed a scholarship with the club.

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