Former Hearts of oak goal poacher Prince Tagoe has discussed his future on tv and said he will retire very soon but until he plays for his beloved heart of oak one more time.
The 33-year-old played for the Rainbow club in 2004/2005 season and emerging as the top scorer in the Ghana Premier league with 18 goals. His prolificacy in front of goal, earned him Prince of Goals name.
After a long career journey Prince is currently unattached after his contract with Bangladesh side Chittagong Abahani got terminated
Speaking to Yaw Ampofo Ankrah on his next destination, the former Hoffenheim man said he is closer to hanging his boats more than ever but will do that after he plays for the Phobians
“I will want play for a local team before I finally retire and that team is Hearts of oak.
“So am currently working hard to condition myself for the next challeng which is to play for Hearts of oak.” He concluded.
Prince won the Ghana league title with Hearts and CAF confederation cup in 2004.