Championship side Cardiff City have parted ways with English-born Ghanaian forward Omar Bogle after three years together, SPORTSworldGhana.com can report exclusively.
Bogle, 26, joined the Welsh Club from Wigan Athletic on August 17, 2017 for a reported fee of 770,000 Pounds but failed to cement a permanent place in the team making him to be shipped out on loan to Portsmouth, Birmingham City and ADO Den Haag..
He played the first round of the current season with his parent club Cardiff City where he managed just one goal in eleven league matches before being loaned to Dutch Eredivise outfit ADO Den Haag.
His contract with the Bluebirds ends this month and he has already been told to find new employers as he has no future at the Welsh Capital.
Born in Sandwell, to Ghanaian parents, Bogle has already played for the English “C” national team where he scored on his debut against Estonia Under 23 November 18th, 201 but is still eligible to play for Ghana.
He has also featured for Grimsby Town as well as Solihull Moors.