By Coral Barry

Jordon Ibe has removed all reference to Liverpool across his various social media platforms to throw his future at the club into doubt, Football Insider can reveal.

The winger wiped his Twitter and Instagram pages of any mention of his affiliation with Liverpool on Sunday night.

This came after Ibe was left out of the Liverpool match day squad to face Stoke on Sunday despite Jurgen Klopp opting to field a string of fringe players, with youngsters Kevin Stewart and Sheyi Ojo handed their full Premier League debuts.

The 20-year-old’s social media accounts before the cull happily proclaimed himself as a Liverpool player but on Sunday evening Ibe began to tinker with his Twitter and Instagram accounts.

His Twitter is now almost completely blank with the youngster seemingly deleting all his posts from over the last year, with his latest public tweet now dating back to August of 2015 when Raheem Sterling was still a Liverpool player.

Ibe’s Instagram has also been altered with winger changing his profile picture to nothing but black to match his Twitter.

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Ibe has also given further insight into his state of mind with his latest Instagramp post that suggests he is fed up with life at Liverpool.

The Englishman has found chances few and far between under Klopp and has managed just three minutes of action for Liverpool in all competitions since March.

His actions will be interpreted as a clear sign of his frustration at Anfield as the likelihood grows that he could be set for a summer loan move.

In other Liverpool news, Klopp has used one word to describe Joe Allen after his Stoke display.