By Rahman Osman
Ghana striker Prince Tagoe has been unveiled as the latest signing for Malaysian club Kelantan FA, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.
The 27-year-old has finally put pen to paper on a six months contract with the Red Warriors who are coached by Ghanaian-born George Boateng.
Tagoe has been without a club since leaving Tunisian outfit Club African late last year.
The move to Kelaten was reported to have fallen through but the Ghana international was unveiled as the clubâ€™s new signing on Friday after signing the short-term deal.
The ex TSG Hoffenheim hitman has been handed the no.28 shirt at the unveiling ceremony in the presence of the clubâ€™s General Manager and coach Azmari Ibrahim and George Boateng respectively.
Tagoe looks to revive his career after almost a year out of competitive action since leaving Turkish club Bursaspor at the beginning of the current campaign having cancelled his contract.