After what was thought to be another Liverpool player holding out on signing a new contract, 19-year-old Jordon Ibe has committed his future to Anfield after having signed a new five-year-deal.

The youngster made his break through into the senior team this year and will very much be a part of manager Brendan Rodgers plans for next season.

The club has said that coming to an agreement was a simple process as Ibe is represented by his stepfather rather than a football agent.

Ibe began the season on loan at Derby County, but was recalled in January managing to push more high-profile signings like Lazar Markovic to the side-lines becoming Rodgers preferred choice out on the wing.

Liverpool has come under some criticism for the way they have gone about handling new contracts, but at the moment the only holdout appears to be Raheem Sterling whose agent Andy Ward initially wanted £150,000 per-week for the 20-year-old.

Liverpool though has offered what they consider to be a very lucrative £100,000 per-week and are sticking to their guns telling his agent that he has two-years left on his current contract, and that they would prefer to keep him on the £35,000 per-week he earns now rather than sell him to another club.

Our view here at Soccer Transfers is that Jordon Ibe has made the right decision and Raheem Sterling has not, and should Sterling try and play tough with Liverpool over the summer he will be sold to another club.