Cardiff City striker Omar Bogle is on the brink of joining Dutch side ADO Den Haag on a loan deal until the end of the season, according to WalesOnline.
Bogle has struggled to make an impact since joining Cardiff from Wigan back in 2017, and it now appears as though he has played his last game for the club as he edges towards a loan move until the summer when his contract is set to expire.
It is being reported Den Haag are close to sealing a loan swoop for the 27-year-old who has only made two league appearances since Harris took charge in November, with Robert Glatzel and Danny Ward both above Bogle in the pecking order.
The frontman has netted four goals in his 24 appearances for the Bluebirds with this now set to be his fourth loan stint since arriving in South Wales following temporary stints at Peterborough, Birmingham and Portsmouth.
Bogle is set to link up with former Crystal Palace and Newcastle boss Alan Pardew who is the current manager of Den Haag, with the Eredivisie outfit currently sitting 17th out of 18 teams in the Dutch top tier.
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Things have not really worked out for Bogle since his move to Cardiff back in 2017, and it seems like the best option for him to go and receive more regular playing time rather than playing second fiddle to Glatzel and Ward in South Wales.
Cardiff supporters would have been hoping that Bogle could have had his breakthrough season at the club this term, but Harris has clearly not taken much of a liking to the former Wigan man who has now not featured since the new boss’ second match.
It will be interesting to see whether Bogle is able to progress his development on the continent under the guidance of Pardew, as he is clearly someone with plenty of potential if he is able to show it on a consistent basis.
I think this loan move indicates that Bogle now does not have much of a future at the Cardiff City Stadium, and it would be a surprise to see him wear the blue jersey again.