Your body recovered from wreckage of plane is that of Cardiff City player Emiliano Sala, Dorset Police have said.
28, sala, was travelling in a plane piloted to Cardiff.
Your body has been recovered morning after the wreckage was available on Sunday.
The identification was confirmed by dorset Police Thursday night.
In an announcement, the force said:”your body brought to Portland Port today, Thursday 7 February 20-19, has been formally identified by HM Coroner for Dorset as that of skilled footballer Emiliano Sala.
“The categories of Mr Sala and the pilot David Ibbotson are updated with this news and will continue to be encouraged by specially-trained family liaison officers”
Your body has been seen in the wreckage of their plane on Monday along with the government were able to recoup the body two days later, even though”challenging conditions”.
Even the Air Accidents Investigations Branch (AAIB) said the surgery was performed”as a way as possible” and the men’s families were kept updated during.
The Geo Ocean III, which had been involved in locating the wreckage, took the body back into the nearest port of Portland in Dorset, where the body has been identified.
The Piper Malibu N264DB was enroute from France into Cardiff, following the inexplicable striker left a trip back into his former team Nantes two days after his £transfer to Cardiff has been announced.
When the airport dropped connection with air traffic controls on 21 January mr Ibbotson, 5 9, from Crowle was at the controls.
He is yet to be found.
An official search was called off 24 January later Guernsey’s lane master said the chances of survival were”very distant”.
Working together with the AAIB, the Geo Ocean III and his ship, began combing a four square mile area of the English Channel, 2 4 nautical miles north of Guernsey, to make proper use of their available sensors.
Mr Mearns said before a submersible with cameras was sent underwater to confirm that the plane was identified with sonar.