Former Hearts of Oak striker Prince Tagoe has disclosed that he is keen on playing for the Phobians again before he hangs his boot.
Tagoe popularly known as the Prince of goals came to the limelight when he played for Hearts 2004/05 season, where he helped the club clinch the Ghana Premier League, scoring 18 goals to finish as top scorer as well as winning the CAF Confederations Cup with the club.
He played for the Black Stars from 2006 to 2012.
“Definitely they will see me playing for Hearts of Oak but I am giving myself some time but I will definitely end my career at Hearts of Oak," the former TSG Hoffenheim striker told Class FM.
“I am planning to join a new team which I am working on that and very soon we will conclude the deal but at the moment it is 75 percent done,” he added.
The 30-year old striker is currently a free agent after leaving Israeli side Hapoel Bnei Lod in 2014.