The plane carrying Sala from Nantes in France to his new club Cardiff crashed into the English Channel.
The family of footballer Emiliano Sala say they are still awaiting “answers” behind his death.
The aircraft suffered an in-flight break up while being flown too fast for its design limits, say investigators.
Cardiff management, players and supporters have paid tribute to Emiliano Sala on the first anniversary of his death.
World governing body FIFA on Monday ordered that Cardiff should pay the first instalment of the fee.
Sala was reportedly exposed to harmful levels of carbon monoxide before he was killed in a plane crash.
Emiliano Sala’s father has died, months after the footballer was killed in a plane crash in the English Channel.
Reports claim the pilot in the plane crash that killed Emiliano Sala was not qualified to fly at night.
Cardiff will tell FIFA Emiliano Sala’s move from Nantes was invalid when they respond to the French club’s complaint.
“He was abandoned in a hotel more or less.” The McKays are taking aim at Cardiff over Sala.
Nantes have lodged a complaint with FIFA over Cardiff’s refusal to pay the first instalment of the £15m fee.
An investigation into the plane crash which killed Emiliano Sala will focus on the validity of the pilot’s licence.
“There are a lot of questions which need to be answered and that is what we are trying to do.”
The crowdfunding page to find Emiliano Sala has asked for donations to keep coming in to help in the search for David Ibbotson.
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Emiliano Sala’s body was formally identified after being recovered from wreckage in the English Channel.
Nantes have reportedly demanded payment from Cardiff for the £15million transfer of Emiliano Sala.
A body is visible in seabed video footage of the wreckage of the plane which crashed with Emiliano Sala on board.
Wreckage from the plane that was carrying Emiliano Sala and pilot David Ibbotson has been found.
This game was meant to be a welcome, not a memorial. Reflections on an emotional day in Cardiff.
Neil Warnock says some players did not want to join Cardiff because of the disappearance of Emiliano Sala.
The Cardiff boss is struggling: “You think 24 hours a day about whether to carry on… it’s impossible to sleep.”
A new search for missing Cardiff striker Emiliano Sala has been launched after more than £250,000 was raised.
Cardiff, Lionel Messi and Diego Maradona are among the many to implore the search for Emiliano Sala to continue.
Nantes have reacted with anger at the decision to call off the search for Emiliano Sala’s missing plane.
Rescue workers have called off their search for the missing plane carrying footballer Emiliano Sala.
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