He also expects Southampton and Cardiff players to wear black armbands in their Premier League match at St Mary’s on Saturday and a minute’s silence to be observed.
Cardiff have also asked the Premier League if the team can once again wear shirts in respect of Sala and Mr Ibbotson with a yellow daffodil on them, as they did in last weekend’s 2-0 win over Bournemouth.
Clubs in the EFL will also wear black armbands at matches over the weekend.
Sala’s former club, Nantes said in a statement: “This news puts an end to an endless and unsustainable wait. Emiliano will forever be part of the legends that have written the great story of FC Nantes.”
It will also retire the number nine shirt – which he wore – in his memory.
The French football league announced that a minute’s applause will be held at all Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 games this weekend in memory of Sala.
And Arsenal’s Mesut Oziltweeted: “No words to describe how sad this is. Thoughts and prayers go out to his family and also to the family of the pilot.”
Football governing bodies Fifa, Uefa and the Football Association of Wales, along with Argentina’s president Mauricio Macri all paid tribute to Sala.
An official search was called off on 24 January after Guernsey’s harbour master said the chances of survival were “extremely remote”.
But an online appeal started by Sala’s agent raised £324,000 (371,000 euros) for a private search led by marine scientist and oceanographer David Mearns.
Working jointly with the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB), his ship and the Geo Ocean III, began combing a four square mile area of the English Channel, 24 nautical miles north of Guernsey, to make best use of the available sensors.