Liverpool ready bid to sign Senegal star this summer – report

Liverpool are prepared to offer Jordon Ibe as part of a deal to sign Sadio Mane this summer, say reports

Liverpool are still keen on signing Sadio Mane from Southampton this summer – and are prepared to sell Jordon Ibe as part of the deal to land their target, according to reports.

The Reds have been linked with a host of players in recent days as Jurgen Klopp prepares for his first full season in charge at Anfield.

Mane has been heavily linked with a move away from Southampton to join Liverpool in recent weeks and has been touted as one of the Reds’ top transfer targets this summer.

Now, The Sun is reporting that Liverpool would be willing to offload 20-year-old Ibe as part of a deal to bring Mane to Anfield from Southampton.

The newspaper report goes on to say that Liverpool are willing to offer Ibe, along with a fee of £10m, to bring Mane to Merseyside.

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It also says that Mane would be open to a switch away from St Mary’s following Ronald Koeman’s expected departure to Everton.

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