German Bundesliga side Ct are eyeing a move for talented German-born Ghanaian striker Ragnar Prince Ache, SportsworldGhana.com understands.
However, the German-born Ghanaian forward Ragnar Prince Ache, says he can not wait to get a call from the manager of the club for a switch to the German Bundesliga.
The German side are reported to have expressed interest in signing the 21-year-old forward who has hit imperious form for Dutch Eredivise side Sparta Rotterdam this season.
Ache, last week marked his German U21 debut with a goal as they loss 3-2 to Belgium in the European U-21 championship qualifier clash.
“Our assistant coach at Sparta has pointed out to me that the DFB is watching me and is interested in me,” said Ache in an interview with online portal t-online.de.
The young striker hopes to return to Germany at club level in the future.
“The Bundesliga is a clear goal of mine,” said.
He adds a change to his hometown Eintracht Frankfurt would be a dream come true for him.
“Certainly, I would be just as happy about a call from Mr Bobic (sports director of the SGE, d. Red.) and a further call from Mr Kuntz.”
“It is quite simple when you play in the Bundesliga, the whole country looks at you,” he stressed.
The youngster who still remains eligible to play for the Black Stars despite featuring for Germany at the U21 level, has this season scored five goals in twelve games with three assists to his credit at Sparta Rotterdam.
In 2009, Ache moved to Rotterdam with his mother and sister because his mother had a Dutchman as his new partner. Ragnar went through the entire youth system of Sparta Rotterdam and was finally offered a professional contract in 2016.
His contract with Sparta Rotterdam runs until the summer of 2021.