The wreckage of the Piper Malibu plane that went missing carrying Emiliano Sala on January 21.
Investigators have not been able to recover the aircraft which was flying from Nantes to Cardiff after Sala transferred from the French city's team to the Welsh capital's Premier League club.
Nantes have begun legal action against Cardiff City, demanding the first payments for the purchase of Emiliano Sala, understood to be around £5million, to be transferred immediately, Sky Sports reports.
"Strong tidal conditions mean we can only use the remotely operated vehicle (ROV) for limited periods each day and this will mean that progress is slow".
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) is considering the feasibility of lifting the wreckage from the seabed if it can recover the body.
It was carried out in "as dignified a way as possible" and the men's families were kept updated throughout, it said.
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A decision has yet to be taken on whether to raise the wreckage to the surface.
'The body is now being taken to Portland to be passed into the care of the Dorset Coroner, ' a statement read.
The 28-year-old was on his way back to Cardiff from Nantes after saying his goodbyes to his old team-mates in France.
The plane had requested to descend before losing contact with Jersey air traffic control.
The AAIB said it expected to publish an interim report within the month.
According to the source, the first instalment of the 17-million-euro ($19.3 million) deal for the Argentine striker has yet to be paid, despite the transfer being finalised before the accident.