British rescuers on Thursday formally identified the one body pulled from the submerged wreckage as that of the 28-year-old striker.
"As a family we are relying on the kindness of the good hearted people to help us raise the much needed funds to help us find our beloved Dad, Husband and Son," the GoFundMe page said.
"To be told the search has now been called off for the foreseeable future has only made this tragic time more difficult."
The campaign had raised around 25,000 pounds by Saturday morning --a fraction of its stated goal of 300,000 pounds (USD 390,000).
The city of 335,000 has been in mourning for more than two weeks.
Fans transformed the grounds around the stadium on Friday into a sea of bouquets and yellow-and-blue team scarves and jerseys in tribute to their fallen star.
"We've offered to arrange to take Emiliano back to rest with his family in Argentina," Tan told talkSPORT radio.
"Even though he will be there, his soul will always be in our hearts."
Sala's family said on Friday that his body's recovery and identification could help bring closure to "the most painful time of our life".
"We can now begin to mourn our son and our brother," they said in a statement.
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