Kemar Roofe joined Leeds United from Oxford United, while Omar Bogle is starring for Grimsby Town at the moment.

Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony has stated on social networking site Twitter that Leeds United attacker Kemar Roofe is far superior to Grimsby Town striker Omar Bogle.

Roofe joined Championship club Leeds from Oxford United in the summer transfer window.

The 23-year-old, who can operate as a winger or as a striker, cost the Whites a transfer fee of £3 million, according to BBC Sport.

The attacker was a key player for Oxford during the 2015-16 campaign, scoring 18 goals in 40 league matches to help them get promoted to League One.

Bogle, who is also 23 years of age, is starring for Grimsby at the moment.

The former Solihull Moors striker has scored 16 goals so far this season, according to The Grimsby Telegraph.

Grimsby are ninth in the League Two table at the moment with 26 points from 19 matches.

Peterborough chairman MacAnthony has stated that Roofe is far superior to Bogle.

Roofe has scored one goal and created 12 chances in 16 Championship appearances for playoff contenders Leeds so far this season.

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