Former Hearts of Oak striker, Prince Tagoe has made himself available for a return to the club if approached.
The tall and lanky attacker’s appetite to return to Hearts might have been whetted by the club’s capture of former Black Stars midfielder, Sulley Muntari.
Muntari, 37 , who joined the Phobians until the rest of the 2021/22 league season, has instantly endeared himself to the fans despite age and match fitness not on his side.
That short but respectable feat by the 2010 UEFA Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup winner might have triggered Tagoe, 35 , to make his intentions known on Angel TV where he is a football pundit alongside ex-Hearts and Kotoko forward, Charles Taylor.
“I will sign for Hearts of Oak if they contact me.
“I still have the experience as a striker.
“With Sulley in the midfield, I can strike for Phobia.” He told Angel TV.
Prince Tagoe has an enviable record – winning the top scorer award with 18 goals in 2004 while at Hearts of Oak.
He won the league and the CAF Confederation Cup that season before trips for professional career in Asia with Saudi Arabian sides, Ittihad, Ettifaq FC and UAE side Al Shabab.
He signed a 3-year deal with Bundesliga side, TSG Hoffenheim which turned out to be a bad tenure in 2009 before joining Serbian club Partizan in 2011.
His international caps include spells with the Black Satellites, the Meteors and the senior side, the Black Stars where he played at the 2006 AFCON and the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
His presence in coach Samuel Boadu’s attack could add some bite as Hearts strikers have struggled to find their scoring boots this season.
Kofi Kordzi is the club’s top scorer on 7 goals with Kwadwo Obeng Junior out of the top ten scorers chart. The Phobians sit 7th on the league log with 25 points after the first round of matches.