- Jordan Ibe wants to snub Nigeria for the Three Lions of England
- He has played for England’s youth teams and would prefer to stick with the Three Lions despite Nigeria wanting him
- Ibe's move from Liverpool to Bournemouth made him the most expensive Bournemouth player
Jordon Ibe is ready to snub the Super Eagles of Nigeria to try to earn a place in the Three Lions of England.
Ibe was in scintillating form on Sunday January 14 and got the winner in Bournemouth 2-1 victory over Arsene Wenger's Arsenal at the Vitality Stadium.
Ibe qualifies for Nigeria through his father and they are willing to offer the chance to fight for a World Cup place at Russia next year.
But the 22-year-old is refusing to give up on forcing his way into the reckoning for England under Gareth Southgate.
Ibe was tipped to break into the Three Lions team few months back before becoming Bournemouth record signing when he joined from Liverpool.
The former Wycombe has found life tough at Bournemouth struggling to re-enact his Liverpool form but has recently been showing great form which included a winning goal against Arsenal.
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And he wants to make sure he is available for Southgate if the England boss is looking at his options for next summer’s tournament.
Ibe has played for England’s youth teams and would prefer to stick with the Three Lions despite Nigeria wanting him.
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