PREMIER League football player Jordon Ibe will face trial for allegedly driving away after crashing his Bentley into a coffee shop this summer.

The AFC Bournemouth midfielder, 23, is accused of driving off after allegedly ploughing into The Pantry on Plaistow Lane in Bromley, south London, in the early hours of July 30.

The shop was so badly damaged the entire shop front had to be removed from its foundations to render it safe, it was heard.

A Mercedes parked in front of the shop also suffered minor damage, the court heard.

The player appeared at Bromley Magistrates' Court today, where he denied failing to stop at the scene of an accident.

He did not enter his pleas to a second charge of driving without due care and attention.

Ibe, who signed for Bournemouth from Liverpool in 2016 for a reported £15 million fee, was charged by postal requisition on October 29.

Prosecutor George Crivelli alleged the white Bentley Bentayga 4x4 had remained at the scene for just a few minutes before reversing and driving off after the crash at around 4.50am.

The trial will take place on February 10 at Bexley Magistrates' Court.

Ibe, of Poole, was accompanied to court by a friend.