It is understood that the Wigan frontman has been put on the transfer list. He is being linked with a host of clubs, including QPR, Peterborough, Bristol City, Barnsley and Ipswich.
Last season Bogle had been top scorer in the Sky Bet League 2 with 19 goals, whilst playing for Grimsby Town. After much interest the player choose to move from the Mariners to the DW Stadium in the final hours of transfer deadline day in January 2017..
He went on to make 14 appearances in the Championship with the Latics, scoring 3 goals. However, this would not prove to be enough as Wigan were relegated from the Championship.
It is understood that Wigan boss Paul Cook does not think the 24-year-old fits into the style of play he wants going forward. Whilst there were rumours of a bust up between Bogle and Cook the player was quick to deny these rumours on his personal Twitter account.
While he looks for a new club he has been instructed to train with the League one clubs academy players.
Wigan value the striker at £800,000.
A couple of weeks back it looked as though Caulker had no future in W12. He was heavily linked with Celtic, with a possible link up with former manager Brendan Rodgers looking likely. This was after it was revealed that he had struggled with mental illness and addictions to alcohol and gambling over the past few years.
However, after making a return to training and playing 70 minutes in the U23s 5-1 win against Billericay Town, it appears that the 25-year-old is now perhaps part of Holloway’s plans for the season.
Holloway has said that Caulker is in a “fantastic place”, adding: “I cannot believe that I am that lucky person who gets to work with him”.
Considering his wages, whether he will actually stay or whether this is just a ploy to get him in the shop window will all be revealed in due course. However, I would love to see Caulker stay. If he can get playing regular football we have seen glimpses that he can be the best defender at the club.
Before getting injured last season Steven started the season brilliantly, even scoring in our first away game, in a 2 nil win away to Cardiff. Unfortunately he got injured in October and has not played competitively since.
R’s fans have been demanding a new centre-half all summer, an area that clearly needs strengthening after finishing one point above the relegation zone. However, if he can stay fit mentally and physically he will be like a new signing considering he was absent for so much of last season. Hopefully this can bring some much needed leadership and confidence to the back-line.
It is likely that the Barrow will be moved on by Swansea City as boss Paul Clement does not see the player as part of his long term plans. Last January he was sent to Leeds on loan, but struggled to make an impact. It is now understood that Reading, QPR and Barnsley are weighing up a move for the 24-year-old attacker.
Although there have been question marks over Barrow’s end product and level of consistency, he does have pace and has shown glimpses of flair, which given regular playing time could allow the six-cap Gambia international to fulfil his potential.
It is reported that Barnet winger Simeon Akinola is attracting attention from the R’s and Charlton Athletic.
Nigerian by birth, the player grew up in Spain before moving to England, joining Borehamwood’s academy. After breaking into the first team there, he has since spent time at Harrow Borough and Braintree Town before moving to the Hive earlier this year.
He joined the Bees during the 2017 January transfer window, playing nineteen games in League Two throughout the second part of the season. In which his performances, two goals and two assists has potentially impressed clubs enough that could allow his rise from non-league to advance to England’s second tier.
Barnet are aiming to receive £100,000 for their promising 24-year-old.
19-year-old Rangers defender Jack Williams has joined Wycombe Wanders on loan, keeping him at Adams Park until the 1st of January. Williams will be linking up with former R Gareth Ainsworth ahead of the big kick off in the Football League this weekend.
Williams is yet to make an appearance for the first team. With Jack Robinson and Jake Bidwell in front of him, gaining experience in the football league will be invaluable for the R’s young fullback.
Non-League side Maidstone United have signed 21-year-old centre-back Alex Finney on loan until January 1st 2018. The 21-year-old made his professional debut in 2015 when playing for Bolton in a 4-1 defeat in the Championship against Huddersfield Town.
Yet to make a first team appearance for the R’s first team since his free transfer in November, a chance for Finney to get regular playing time should only be beneficial for the youngster.