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Ghana forward Prince Tagoe has reiterated his desire to end his playing career at Hearts of Oak.
Tagoe had a hugely successful loan stint with the Phobians in 2004/05 season, where 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.
According to the 30-year-old marksman, has intimated his determination to line up for the Phobians once more before calling time on his career.
“Definitely they will see me playing for Hearts of Oak but I am giving myself some few time but I will definitely end my career at Hearts of Oak," the former TSG Hoffenheim striker told Class FM.
He added, “I am planning to join a new which I am working on that and very soon we will conclude the deal but at the moment it is 75 percent done.”
Tagoe is currently a free agent after leaving Israeli side Hapoel Bnei Lod in 2014.
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