Eredivisie side ADO Den Haag have signed striker Omar Bogle. The striker arrives on loan from Cardiff City for the rest of the season. He continues Alan Pardew’s recruitment drive at the Dutch club.
ADO Den Haag Sign Omar Bogle
ADO Den Haag announced via their website they had signed the striker. Bogle arrives on loan for the remainder of the season, with the deal expiring on May 11.
Bogle will link up with Den Haag manager Alan Pardew and his assistant Chris Powell.
Bogle’s arrival continues Alan Pardew’s recruitment of English league players. Pardew only took over Den Haag in late December and has recruited several players, including George Thomas and Sam Stubbs.
Both Pardew and Bogle will see this as an opportunity for the striker to score goals. Pardew has been looking for a striker with Den Haag short on goals this season.
The striker joins a Den Haag side sat in 17th in the Eredivisie after collecting three points from Pardew’s two games in charge. They were thumped by Utrecht last weekend, but Pardew will hope Bogle can make the necessary impact.
Bogle could make his debut against Vitesse Arnhem tomorrow night as Den Haag search for victories to pull themselves out of the relegation zone.
Cardiff Confirm Bogle’s Departure
In a statement on the Cardiff website, the club confirmed Bogle’s exit from the club.
The statement read: “Forward Omar Bogle has joined Eredivisie side ADO Den Haag on loan until May 11th, 2020.
“Omar appeared on twelve occasions for City’s first-team squad during the 2019/20 campaign, scoring once. He links up with Alan Pardew’s side with immediate effect.”