Photo: Jordon Ibe would ‘give a kidney’ to Liverpool star Raheem Sterling

Derby County striker Jordon Ibe quotes Canadian rapper Drake as he posts a photo with Raheem Sterling

Social Spy
By Social Spy

Jordon Ibe has underlined his close friendship with Raheem Sterling after declaring he would ‘give a kidney’ to the Liverpool man.

The Liverpool forward caught up with the 18-year-old on Wednesday afternoon as the pair went on a mystery train journey.

Ibe has proven a big hit with the Rams since his loan move from Liverpool in August, scoring two goals in nine Championship appearances.

And the Derby forward clearly has plenty of time for Sterling, taking to Instagram to quote a line from the song, Enough Said, by Canadian rapper Drake.

Ibe posted: “@31sterling @chris_budden10 Riding thru the city wid people I’d give a kidney.. #TSG #TVO”

Earlier this month, Derby manager Steve McClaren hailed “unplayable” Ibe after his brace against Reading.

“He’s one of them that at times can be unplayable. He’s only 18, imagine when he grows and matures.

“He’s doing his work defensively as well; his attitude is good.

“He wanted to come off, but we kept him on. We’ve got to toughen him up. [He has] great ability.”

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