Sala and pilot David Ibbotson have been each touring from Nantes in direction of Cardiff on January 21 when their mild plane crashed, two days after the switch had been agreed, in response to FIFA.
The dispute between the 2 golf equipment centered round whether or not Sala was a Cardiff or a Nantes participant on the time of the airplane journey, and whether or not Cardiff must pay the switch charge agreed by the golf equipment.
The $6 million charge corresponds to the primary installment that was as a consequence of be paid after the switch had been agreed, stated FIFA.
Monday’s ruling will be appealed to the Courtroom of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne.
Sala, who scored 42 targets for Nantes since becoming a member of from Bordeaux in 2015, had simply signed for Cardiff — which has since been relegated from the Premier League — for a reported £15 million ($19.three million).
The 28-year-old was on his technique to his new membership having stated goodbye to his teammates in France.