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Chaos on missing football player: Now they fight for millions

It is not more than a couple of weeks ago, that the attacker Emiliano Sala was on his way home to his new club Cardiff after a getaway in Nantes, where he said goodbye to his old teammates.

The large millionskifte to the Premier League should be the next big step in his career, but how to process it, as you know, not.

Privatflyet, which was flown by pilot David Ibbotson, crashed over The English Channel, and although neither of the two fates yet been officially confirmed, it is presumed they both died.

And now, it seems that the first step in the judicial follow-up has taken its beginning. Cardiff bought the Sala for almost 127 million dollars in Nantes, but you chose not to transfer the first tranche, while the investigations of the accident still was going on.

According to the british media, Sky Sports has Nantes now extended an amount in the bottom of the 50 million dollars transferred by Cardiff with immediate effect. A message that has been handed down by the French club's lawyers.

Cardiff still believe, however, there are many unanswered questions about the accident, writes the media. Among other things, the ownership of the small private jets. The plane tried allegedly to facilitate the entire three times before it succeed, and the fact is also something that worries Cardiff. the

Therefore, it seems not to, that the money voluntarily change hands.

most Recently, the wreckage of the small Piper Malibu plane located by a partially come search, as the Salas family had launched after receiving financial contributions from, among others, several fodboldsstjerner. Here could eftersøgerne spotting a corpse inside flyvraget, but as yet none identified.

Flyvraget was found earlier in the week. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

- We are in the process of trying to remove the body. If we succeed, we will consider whether it will be possible to remove the wreck also. Strong currents in the area means that we can only work for limited periods in the course of the day, and it makes the process extremely slow, said the uk aviation authorities (AAIB, red.) in the past.

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