Liverpool winger Jordan Ibe has reportedly agreed to a new five-year deal with the Merseyside club and will put pen to paper next week.
According to the Liverpool Echo, the young winger, who still has two-years remaining on his current deal, has committed his future to the club with a new deal that will see him remain at Anfield at least until the summer of 2020.
Ibe, who was signed by then manager Kenny Dalglish from Wycombe Wanderers in 2012, has been impressive this season, first on loan at Derby County, which earned him a recall to the Liverpool team.
He has since broken into the Reds' senior team and made over 10 appearances for the first-team. Ibe was impressive during Liverpool's win over Everton and this has seen him leap frog illustrious summer signing Lazar Markovic as Brendan Rodgers' preferred choice on the wings.
The 19-year-old winger is highly regarded by the club hierarchy, as they hope that he can follow the likes of Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson into the Three Lions set up sooner rather than later.
The report claims that the winger, who is represented by his step-father, has agreed to terms and is set to earn around £30,000-a-week.
Ibe becomes the fourth Liverpool star to commit his future to the club this season, following Jordan Henderson, Philippe Coutinho and Daniel Sturride, who have all signed new long term deals during the course of the current campaign.
Martin Skrtel, who revealed that he is keen to stay at Liverpool and Joe Allen are said to be close to agreeing new deals with the Merseyside club as well.
Sterling is the only Liverpool star holding back on agreeing a new contract after his representatives shelved talks until the end of the season, and rejected a £100,000-a-week offer from the club.