A minute’s silence for Cardiff City’s Emiliano Sala is likely to be observed at all Champions League and Europa League games this week.
Sala’s body was regained from the wreckage of a crashed plane a week.
He had been traveling in a light air craft by David Ibbotson which went missing over the English Channel on 21.
“I’m deeply saddened his own life was so cruelly taken away at this young age,” said Uefa’s Aleksander Ceferin.
The president of European football’s governing body included:”I recommend fans across the country to pay their respects to his memory over the coming days.”
Clubs will have the choice of wearing black armbands in memory of the Argentine forward.
Sala was the record & pound signing when he transferred from French club Nantes, but not played with the Welsh team of Cardiff.
The court heard he died of injuries to his”head and back” and was identified by his fingerprints.
Ibbotson’s body hasn’t yet been found and also a charm to invest in an search to find that pilot has led to around £150,000 being contributed.