Veteran Ghanaian forward, Prince Tagoe has disclosed plans to play a season with Accra Hearts of Oak before he goes into retirement.
Tagoe played for the Phobians in the past and managed to set himself apart from strikers at that time.
His lethal nature in front of goal saw him earning the nickname the Prince of Goals before he moved to Saudi Arabia and the UAE to play for Al- Ittihad and Al Shabab respectively.
Prince Tagoe recently returned to Ghana and was even training before the 2019/2020 Ghanaian football season was suspended. Speaking on Angel TV on Tuesday, the striker noted that he will want to have one last dance with Hearts of Oak before he call it quits.
“Am planning to play one season for hearts of oak. I cannot say when but it is going to be soo. Definitely I have to. That is what I have told myself”, the 33-year-old said.
Prince Tagoe previously played for clubs such as 1899 Hoffenheim, Bursaspor, Club Africain, Kelantan FA, and a few others.