One of the first things Jurgen Klopp did after taking charge of English franchise Liverpool was to call back a number of youngsters from loan spells.
This has left one young star unhappy after he has not been able to find a place even on the bench in recent games.
England national Jordan Ibe broke into the Premier League last season and showed great promise under Brendan Rodgers. However, he has found a place in the starting XI hard to find for the last few games and it is understood that the youngster is now fed up at Anfield.
The 20-year old was not a part of the match-day squad that faced Stoke City on Sunday and this has seen him take drastic measures on social media.
The likes of Kevin Stewart and Sheyi Ojo were both brilliant after they were handed a start in the 4-1 win against Stoke City and it is understood that Jordan Ibe is rightly frustrated with lack of playing time at the club.
He has made 22 appearances for the club in all competitions this season but has played just over 40 minutes since the start of February.
And this prolonged lack of playing time has seen the player show his frustration as he removed any mention of the Liverpool franchise from all his social media accounts.
The 20-year old replaced his display pictures on both sites with a black square and it was also reported that the player deleted a number of previous tweets relating to the club.
This has seen a number of rumors take the papers linking the youngster with a host of clubs around the Premier League.
The 20-year old winger is strong and quick off the turf and has a strong right foot that has impressed many in his first Premier League outing against Everton last season.
He has already made his name at the England U-21 level and is looking for a club that can provide him regular playing time.
He is more than capable of strengthening any side he walks into and it is reported that Quique Sanchez Flores is interested in signing him.
The Vicarage outfit tried to lay their hands on the youngster on a loan deal in January but Klopp was reluctant to let go of the youngster with the Liverpool squad facing an injury crisis at that time.
But with not much changing at the club for Ibe, he may well make a move this summer.
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