Oscar David Suazo Velasquez He is one of the most iconic footballers in the history of Honduras. The “Pantera” was the first Honduran to play in Italian football, and his place on the podium as one of the greatest exponents in the history of the Catracho sport is not a novelty.
However, in a chat with Mauricio Kawas, the “King David He told an anecdote that was unknown until today: before signing for Cagliari in 1999, there was a renowned team that also showed interest in hiring him, but in the end the negotiation did not go well.
Its about Paris Saint Germain from France, today a semi-finalist in the Champions League and a team with a long tradition in the two-time world champion country. Former striker of Olimpia, Benfica, Inter Milan, revealed how was the story that could link him with the Parisians:
“Professor Leonel Flores receives a proposal from Paris Saint-Germian. The only real proposal that comes is that of PSG, but they wanted me only to test and that did not like the president (José Rafael Ferrari)“, he expressed.
The president of Olympia at that time, did not want to part with his jewel so easily as David revealed: “Ferrari didn’t want to sell me because they said I wasn’t enjoying myself one bit“, he concluded.