Afriyie Barnieh of Hearts of Oak has received a warning from former Black Stars striker Prince Tagoe not to leave the team.
He insisted that the player should exercise extreme caution while making decisions and carefully analyze all options before opting to depart.
Prince Tagoe, 36, revealed to reporters that despite helping Accra Hearts of Oak win several titles in the 2000s, he declined a transfer to French powerhouse PSG.
Prince Tagoe urged Barnieh to stay at the club rather than leave because of his clear desire to go to a bigger team.
Tagoe reportedly said, “I declined an offer from PSG in 2006 to finish the season with Hearts of Oak, where I was the leading scorer,” in an interview with Football Ghana.
I moved to Saudi Arabia for €2 million the next year after receiving compelling offers from Europe. Please don't eject Afriyie Barnieh from Hearts of Oak too quickly.
At the present, Afriyie Barnieh is among Accra Hearts of Oak's most crucial players. His value has increased as a result of his national team experience, and he has made it clear that he wants to leave the club.