Earlier in the week, Guernsey Police confirmed they had ended their search for Sala and pilot David Ibbotson after their plane travelling across the English Channel, citing 'extremely remote' chances of survival as the reason for their decision.
In spite of the news, Argentina's president has thrown his support behind calls to resume search efforts for the pair, with Macri expected to ask his foreign minister, Jorge Faurie, to contact the embassies of both Great Britain and France to do so.
A statement from the president's office, via the BBC, read: "
"We're asking please don't stop with this effort. All together, we will find a way to restart the search to find Emiliano."
Sala had become Cardiff City's most expensive player after completing a £15m move from Ligue 1 side Nantes, where he scored 12 goals in 19 league games this season prior to his proposed move to the Premier League.
Despite news of the 28-year-old's disappearance, the Bluebirds aren't expected to sign an alternative to Sala so soon after the incident.
Source : 90min