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Saudi champions Al Shabab agree deal to sign Prince Tagoe

Posted On Friday, 6th July 2012

 

Prince Tagoe is set to join Saudi champions Al Shabab

Turkish side Bursaspor have confirmed they have reached an agreement with Saudi side Al Shabab over the transfer of Ghana striker Prince Tagoe.

Tagoe leaves Bursaspor less than a year into his three-year-contract with the club.

The Saudi champions have agreed to pay €1.2 million for their former striker who had a memorable stint with the club in 2006/07 season.

Tagoe, 25, has enjoyed a frustrating stint at the Bursa Atatürk Stadium since his move to the club last September.

He started just one game for Bursaspor and made two substitute appearances.

The lanky forward was also linked with a move to Serbian side Partizan Belgrade-who could not afford the €1.2 million price tag.

Tagoe is expected to begin pre-season with Shabab ahead of the new season.

He moved to German Bundesliga side TSG Hoffenheim-his first European club-in 2009 but he failed to make an impact.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Paa says:

    Go and come no more. ADIOS AMIGO

  2. KT says:

    25 years? For crying out loud, this guy started making name when there was no big name Messi or CR7. Messi is 24, and PT is also 25? No wonder he can’t perform anymore. I was a kid when I watched Tagoe, Aziz Ansah, Osei-Kufour etc in Madina. Why? He doesn’t grow? Aaaahhh!!!! If he is really 25 and he cant do anything good in soccer, then he should choose another career. Hell!!!

  3. stephen says:

    let him stay the .. we dont need him any more





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