In one of his last online life posts, Sala imparted a photograph to his ex-Nantes colleagues, expressing “Ciao” and including heart emoticons.
Police hunting down a light air ship missing over the Channel since the previous evening have suspended tasks in the wake of discovering “gliding objects” yet “no indication of those on board”.
Guernsey Police said if the tenants, including Cardiff City player Emiliano Sala, arrived on the water, their odds of survival are thin.
In an announcement, the power stated: “Over the span of the 15-hour look, which utilized different air and ocean resources from the Channel Islands, UK and France, various coasting objects have been found in the water.
“We have been not able affirm whether any of these are from the missing flying machine. We have discovered no indications of those on board. On the off chance that they landed on the water, the odds of survival are at this stage, lamentably, thin.”
The inquiry will continue at dawn.
French police have affirmed Sala was on the flight, which vanished from radar in the English Channel the previous evening.
Aviation authority said the flying machine was going from Nantes in western France to Cardiff when it disappeared.
An authority associated with the inquiry has given occasion to feel qualms about whether both of the two travelers on the air ship will have endure an accident.
“After this time the climate’s very chilly, the water is exceptionally cold out there… I am not anticipating that anybody should be alive,” Channel Islands Air Search boss officer John Fitzgerald told The Associated Press.
“I don’t think the coastguard are either. We simply don’t know how it vanished toward the finish of yesterday.”
He said the plane “just totally disappeared. There was no radio discussion”.
Concerns were raised when the 28-year-old Cardiff forward neglected to react to messages via web-based networking media after reports he had been making a trip to the UK on Monday.
The Argentinian, who had played in France since 2012, made Cardiff City history when he was purchased for a record expense of £18m on a three-and-a-half year bargain from Nantes at the end of the week.