Body pulled from plane wreckage formally identified as Emiliano Sala

A poster of Argentinian footballer Emiliano Sala reading

A poster of Argentinian footballer Emiliano Sala reading"Let's keep hope outside La Beaujoire stadium Credit Thibalt Camus AP

They were the only two people onboard the small aircraft that disappeared from radar over the English Channel last month.

On his part, Paris Saint-Germain forward, Kylian Mbappé posted on Instagram: "RIP EMI", alongside, Sala's shirt.

Cardiff, however, are refusing to complete the first payment until the official investigation into Sala's disappearance is completed.

"We feel a tremendous loss, but the biggest loss is borne by Sala's family".

The Manchester City striker said: "Rest in peace, Emiliano. Thoughts are with friends and family".

Meanwhile, the Premier League club will help to make arrangements for his body to be taken back to Argentina with his family, Tan said.

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Cardiff FC, who had just signed Sala for a club-record fee of €17 million, said in a statement that they "offer our most heartfelt sympathies and condolences to the Family of Emiliano".

Sadly though, the player's body was found and the club released a statement saying that he would "forever be remembered as a legend who has written in the history of the club".

Both Cardiff and Nantes paid tribute on learning the news that the striker had been confirmed dead.

"Our thoughts remain with them at this hard time".

"You don't ever forget things like this, and we all have things like this happen in our lifetime".

Other worldwide players have also taken to social media to honour Sala's memory including Chelsea's Antonio Rudiger, Arsenal's Mesut Ozil and France's Kylian Mbappe.

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"The weather forecast is poor for the foreseeable future and so the hard decision was taken to bring the overall operation to a close", the AAIB said in a statement.

Mearns told BBC Radio Wales that finding the pilot's body would be hard.

"But this is a pretty dynamic place. Stay strong, he will always be next to you and your family".

"You can not expect that the body is going to be in that location for an extended period of time".

His tragic death threw the football fraternity in deep mourning as many were still in denial following the tragic news and hoped he would survive the plane disaster. The aircraft remains 67 metres under water, 21 miles off the coast of Guernsey, and there has been no sign so far of the English pilot, Dave Ibbotson, 59.

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