Wednesday , January 27 2021

Emilio Salal: Argentine soccer star plane was missing

The 28-year-old recently signed a £ 15 million ($ 19.3 million) report to the English Premier League club Cardiff City. Plane, a single turbine piper Malibu was flying from Cardiff to Nantes of North France, while it was only 8.30 cm from the radar. The first disappeared. Local time Monday

Sela's name was on the list of passengers, Frederick Solana of the Civil Aviation Director of France told CNN.

Cardiff City said on Tuesday that it is "very concerned about safety" of its star signature. The club said it was "seeking clarity" from what happened.

Cardiff City Chairman Mehmet Dalman states that, "We are very concerned by the latest news that Light Lite had lost contact on the channel yesterday." We are waiting for confirmation before we can go ahead. We are very worried about Emilio's safety. "

Sala Cardiff's record signing was signed last week when French club Nantes joined. Star Striker, who made a three-year contract with the Welsh Club, had scored 12 goals for Nantes this season. Cardiff is in the Premier League league of the league.

In her most recent tweet on Monday, just hours before the flight, Salah posted herself a photo with the Nancy FC team and caption: "Last, Goodbye."

A Piper Malibu Plane was similar to a saloon.

Guernsey and the UK's lifeboats and a helicopter team, and helicopters from France's Cherbourg were searching for an aircraft on Tuesday, which went about 15 miles (24 kilometers) from Alderney Island.

In the early hours of Tuesday morning, the search was called temporarily, causing heavy winds, sea conditions became worse and the visibility was reduced, the police said, before resuming at 8 o'clock in the local time.

Met office meteorologist Mark Wilson told the UK Press Association that "at that time there was some rain but not very sharp. The wind speed was not very bad – the average speed was about 15 to 20 miles per hour".

The plane left Nantes at 7.15 pm. Local time and were flying at 5,000 feet, police said. But passing through the Guernsey, he requested descent, and lost air traffic control while flying over 2,300 feet.

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