Ibe, who was only 15 at the time, made his senior debut
in a Carling Cup tie
against Colchester United back in August.
That night Ibe became Wycombe's youngest-ever first-team player, breaking the previous record
which set in 1982.
It was just 10 days short of his 16th bithday when Ibe smashed another record. After netting a suberb goal in Wycombe's 2-1
loss to Sheffield Wednesday in October, he became the Football League's youngest-ever goalscorer
Following his release from Charlton Athletic, Ibe
signed for Wycombe when he was 12.
He will now finish secondary school in South London before moving to Merseyside.
Meanwhile, Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is still extremely keen to sign Cliftonville striker Rory Donnelly
Swansea City and Liverpool's fierce rivals Everton have also been linked with Donnelly, meaning the prolific goalscorer has an important decision to make.