Portsmouth haven’t talked to Cardiff City about signing striker Omar Bogle on a permanent deal.
The 26-year-old has made an impressive start to life on loan at Fratton Park and has scored four goals in eight games.
Bogle, who joined Cardiff in August 2017, has struggled to nail down a regular starting place for the Bluebirds and has had loan spells away from the Welsh side at Peterborough United, Birmingham City and now Pompey.
When asked about their chances of signing him on a permanent deal this summer, Pompey boss Kenny Jackett told the Portsmouth News: “He’s got a year left on his contract at Cardiff. There have been no discussions with what we do in the summer”
“Cardiff will obviously see what division they are in but he has got a year left“.
Bogle has proven he can score goals in the past and he could be the man to lead Portsmouth’s line for the next few years.
He started his career in non-league with Hinckley United after spells as a youngster at West Bromwich Albion, Birmingham City and Celtic. Bogle moved to Solihull Moors in 2012 and scored 66 goals for them in 116 games in the National League North which earned him a switch to Grimsby Town.
Bogle then scored 19 goals in the 2015/16 season to fire the Mariners to the Football League and bagged a further 19 goals in League Two which made Wigan Athletic sign him in January 2017.
He has since travelled around a bit and needs to settle down somewhere.