Former Black Stars striker, Prince Tagoe has exhibited his readiness to rejoin Hearts of Oak if only they will need his service.
The 35-year-old featured for Hearts of Oak for just a season which was the 2004/05 football season where he netted 18 goals to propel them to win the league and the maiden CAF Confederations Cup competition.
The ‘Phobians’ haven’t been at their best so far in the ongoing season with their quest to defend the league title thrown in a huge doubt- something they look to overturn in the second phase.
He will want to follow the path of his former Black Stars teammate, Sulley Muntari who joined the continental club masters in the just-closed transfer window and is gradually making his impact felt in the team.
Speaking on Angel TV, the former TSG Hoffenheim forward has stated he is ever ready to don the ‘Phobian’ colours again and still has the experience to solve their striking problems. He said;
“I will sign for Hearts of Oak if they need me. I still have experience as a striker. With Sulley in the midfield, I can strike for Phobia.”
Prince Tagoe played 36 matches for the Black Stars and made two AFCON appearances thus 2006 and 2012. Also, he was part of the 2010 World Cup team in South Africa.