The Frenchman was infamously outspoken about his time at Leeds.
Leeds United fans will probably remember Zoumana Camara. The Frenchman arrived at the club in the 2003-04 season and played 13 games for the club, scoring one goal.
His spell, on loan from RC Lens, was not a flop but Leeds did get relegated that campaign with he and many other loan signings criticised for their role in the failure of the club.
Camara himself was not happy with the club. He told BBC Sport in March 2004 that he was furious with not being made aware of the financial problems at the club:
"Financially and sport-wise the club is at the bottom of the abyss.
"This is the first time I've witnessed such a situation. If I'd known I would not have come, it's very depressing."
Nowadays he is a responsible member of the Paris Saint-Germain side. A Champions League quarter finalist
playing alongside the likes of David Luiz and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Today he celebrated his 36th birthday, in some style.
The player who once slammed Leeds is now living in style, and was dipped in his birthday cake by two fairly expensive players.
A combined tally of around £70 million.
So it is fair to say Camara has landed on his feet, even if he did end up with cake on his face this afternoon.