The Reds have allegedly agreed buy-back and sell-on clauses for Ibe, but the winger may yet turn down the move.
A report from the Telegraph has shed light on the terms agreed between Liverpool and Bournemouth for Jordon Ibe's potential move from Anfield, but the player himself remains undecided over the switch.
News broke on Thursday that Bournemouth had had a £15 million bid accepted for the 20-year-old winger, a report which was met with a hugely mixed reaction from Reds supporters.
It appeared inevitable that the 20-year-old would be heading out of the Anfield exit door, but the deal still requires the consent of Ibe himself, whose stock has risen off the back of a largely impressive breakthrough season on Merseyside.
According to the Telegraph, Liverpool and the Cherries have agreed their own terms for the move with a structure that would see the Reds profit from a sell-on clause of any fee received by the south coast club for the player in the future.
Liverpool would also install a buy-back clause for the precocious talent, although the exact figure at which that would be set is not yet known.
However, the paper goes on to suggest that Ibe himself is not yet wholly convinced by the move to the Vitality Stadium and may hold out to see if any other offers are incoming before making a final decision.
What does appear to be a virtual certainty, though, is that Ibe will not be at Anfield beyond the end of the summer.
Jurgen Klopp is thought to have lost some faith in the youngster as he failed the most of several of the opportunities afforded him in the final months of the season, and the best thing for all parties is surely for him to move on.