Cardiff City striker Omar Bogle has been granted permission to stay at Portsmouth for the play-offs if they qualify for them. The on-loan Bluebirds man has been with Portsmouth since January after having a separate loan spell at Championship club Birmingham City terminated by mutual consent.
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He has scored four goals in eight games for Kenny Jackett’s League One side, who are currently fourth in the table, four points behind Barnsley in second. Portsmouth’s initial loan deal for Bogle was due to expire at the end of the regular season at the beginning of May, but Cardiff have given the green light for him to stay on for the play-offs.
Bogle appears to have no future at Cardiff, having not played for the first team for what would be over 18 months at the end of this season. He was signed by Neil Warnock for a £700,000 fee from Wigan Athletic at the beginning of last season, but failed to make an impact at the Cardiff City Stadium and was sent out on loan to Peterborough last January.