Former Ghana forward Prince Tagoe advise Barnieh over Hearts contract extension

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Ex-Ghana international Prince Tagoe, has disclosed that he declined a move to join French Ligue 1 side, Paris St-Germain in 2006.

According to him, he had a lot of offers from top European clubs but rejected to stay with Accra Hearts of Oak SC.

His revelation comes on the back, of Daniel Afriyie Barnieh refusal to renew his contract extension with Hearts of Oak SC.

The 21-year-old Ghanaian forward Daniel Afriyie Barnieh will have his two and half year contract with giant’s Hearts of Oak SC elapse on December 31, 2022. Attempt to have him sign a new contract has failed, due to offers from several clubs.

Former Black Stars forward Prince Tagoe has used his experience to advise Daniel Afriyie Barnieh as the youngster readies to decide his future.

However with weeks left to the expiration of his existing contract with the club, Tagoe has advised the Black Galaxies player.

“I rejected an offer from PSG in 2006 to complete a season at Hearts of Oak and I was the top scorer,” Tagoe told Accra-based Angel FM.

“I moved to Saudi Arabia for €2m the following year and had good offers from Europe. Afriyie Barnieh shouldn’t rush to leave Hearts of Oak.”

Tagoe, 36, spent the 2004/05 season at Hearts of Oak where he netted 18 league goals to win the Top Scorer Award of the season.

Story Kolog Bonaventure

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