David Ibbotson's family said on a crowdfunding page to raise money
for the search that divers would begin looking for the body "hopefully
beginning of next week".
The fundraising page, which has so far raised nearly £250 000, said there would also be "helicopter searches
of the coastal areas".
The small aircraft, which was carrying the Cardiff City striker from
his former club Nantes in France to Britain, disappeared from radar on
Sala's body was recovered on February 7 from the submerged wreck of
the plane and his funeral was held on Saturday in his home town of
Progreso in Argentina.
The plane was located by a shipwreck hunting company, Blue Water
Recoveries, hired by Sala's family thanks to crowdfunding after a search
for the plane was suspended.
Ibbotson's body was never found and investigators said they suspended the search because of bad weather.
David Mearns, director of Blue Water Recoveries, said on Tuesday that he had been assisting Ibbotson's family.
"This search is technically very different to the underwater search
for the Piper Malibu aircraft. It is dependent on good weather, neap
tides and flight permits.
"The 'search' will include a dive to the wreck to rule out 100% that
David's body is there and a helicopter search of inaccessible coastal
areas in the Channel Islands using trained pilots and observers," he wrote.