The former TSG Hoffenheim striker is set to end his clublessness as negotiations with Malaysian team, Kelantan reach an advanced stage.
Ghana striker, Prince Tagoe is inching close to a deal with Malaysian Super League side, Kelantan, according to Africanfootball.com.
The former Hearts of Oak player is currently unattached after terminating his contract with Tunisian side, Club Africain a few months ago.
Tagoe’s performances at club level have taken a nosedive, and that accounts for his long absence from the Ghana team.
The 27-year-old will now be playing for a third club in Asia if the deal is sealed, after previous stints with UAE side, Al Shabab, and Ettifaq in Saudi Arabia.
Tagoe, a former goal king of the Ghana Premier League was at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.