By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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Ghana Premier League side Medeama SC have reportedly warned Hearts of Oak to stay away from goalkeeper Muntari Tagoe if Phobians cannot meet their demands for him.
The Tarkwa-based side have told the former African champions that the impressive 24-year-0ld gloves-man is not available for transfer however if they are ready to cough up $300,000, they will allow the keeper to release him for them.
Tagoe impressed drew massive attention to himself following his impressive performance for Medeama during their maiden African campaign this season.
According to reports Medeama officials have told their Hearts of Oak counterpart not to get in contact with the keeper because they feel the capital club do not have what it takes to sign him.
Tagoe’s impressive form, comprising of brilliant feline agility and good reflexes are his major trademarks and Hearts feel they need a keeper of his quality if they are to return to Africa next season.
Hearts will turn their attention to Amidaus Professionals goalkeeper Eric Ofori Antwi if they fail in their bid to land Tagoe from Medeama.
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