Ex-Black Stars forward Prince Tagoe has revealed he has plans underway to play for the club at least a season before he calls a quit on football.
In an exclusive interview with Angel TV, Prince Tagoe said:
“I am planning to play one season for Hearts of Oak. I cannot say when but it is going to be soon.”
“Definitely I have to don the Rainbow colors again. That is what I have told myself.”
Tagoe played for Accra Hearts Oak in the Ghana Premier League from 2004 to 2005 when he won the goal king award with 18 goals before moving to Saudi Arabia side Al Ittihad Jeddah.
Tagoe 33-year-old had a short stint in Bangladesh elite division with Chittagong Abahani Limited SCSI before returning to Ghana.