Ex-Portsmouth, Wigan and Birmingham striker released by Cardiff
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The striker is now a free agent, after the south Wales outfit chose not to offer him a contract extension.
Bogle joined the Bluebirds from Wigan in 2017 but he struggled to nail down a regular starting spot.
Bogle made a blistering start to his Pompey career, scoring four goals in his opening eight appearances.
However, the former Grimsby forward failed to notch for Kenny Jackett's side in his subsequent six appearances.
Bogle suffered a groin injury in training in the build-up to the Blues' play-off semi-final second leg against Sunderland at Fratton Park, which meant he was ruled out of the clash.
Pompey were held to a goalless draw by the Black Cats, meaning they lost 1-0 on aggregate.
Last summer, the 27-year-old expressed an interest to return to PO4 on a permanent basis, insisting fans hadn't seen the best of him.
Pompey instead swooped for Ellis Harrison and John Marquis from Ipswich and Doncaster respectively.
However, he found game-time difficult to come by after Neil Harris succeeded Warnock as boss in November.
Bogle was sent out on loan to Dutch side Den Haag, managed by Alan Pardew, in January. He netted once in five outings before the Eredivisie season was curtailed amid the coronavirus crisis.
Now he finds himself without a club after being released by Cardiff and will likely have suitors trying to sign him on a free transfer.