Premier League star, Emiliano Sala’s father, Horacio Sala, has said he has remained in shock after the missing plane carrying his son was found.
He also said that it was “a bad dream” hearing the news of the missing plane.
DAILY POST had reported that the wreckage of the aircraft which disappeared over the English Channel in January, carrying the Cardiff City striker and his pilot was found on Sunday.
A privately-funded underwater search had begun on Sunday, several days after investigators said they found two seat cushions on the French coast that likely belonged to the aircraft.
Sala was travelling from Nantes to the Welsh capital to join his team-mates following his £15million move when his plane went missing over the English Channel on January 21.
Sala’s plane was lost from the radar as it crossed the English Channel and the 28-year-old is now feared dead.
“I can’t believe it. It’s a bad dream,” Horacio Sala told Cronica TV at his home in Progreso when contacted that his son’s missing plane has been found.
“I talk to them [my family] every day. But since I don’t have WhatsApp, it’s expensive to call them or for them to call me.
“But anyway, they kept saying days were going by, and that there had been zero words on Emiliano, or on the plane”.