The plane was traveling from Nantes, France, stopped appearing on the radar on Monday night. The vehicle's trace is not yet located.
Football Club Cardiff City today expressed "concern" about the future of Nantis Argentine player Emilian Salah, because apparently she was traveling in an aircraft that disappeared in the English Channel's water yesterday.
The plane was traveling from Nantes to Cardiff in France, and the authorities disappeared from the radar on Monday night, PA 46 Malibu, who continued to search for the device.
Guernsey police in Canal said that the search for this morning was resumed and no traces of the aircraft were found yet, which were traveling with two people on board.
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– Cardiff City FC (@CardiffStex) January 20, 2019
Cardiff City, who signed 28-year-old Argentine from Nantes on Saturday, said he was "looking for light" on the plane, which apparently disappeared on the island of Alderney.
A spokeswoman for the British Coast Guard Services has noted that they are helping their colleagues in Guernsey with a helicopter sent from South England England.
The British Meteorological Service reported that the rain fell when the plane disappeared, but was not severe, and the wind was moderate.
Cardiff City signed Sala for 15 million pounds ($ 19.3 million) after negotiations with Nantes.
When signed, Argentine said he was very keen to start training with the Welsh Club and meet his new team mates.
Salah had a photograph with her former teammates on her last Twitter message.
– Emilys ala (@ amilionosola1) January 21, 2019