The 'Tango D10S' plane was introduced on Wednesday night before it flies around Argentina for fans of Maradona to visit on the ground.
Sotheby's said that seven bidders vied for the garment in an auction that began April 20 and ended on Wednesday morning without releasing the name of the buyer.
Auctioneer Sotheby’s said that the jersey could fetch more than 5.2 million USD, and the shirt will be on display in Sotheby’s London showroom during the April 20-May 4 bidding period.
After recovering a heritage Hublot wristwatch that belonged to Diego Maradona, the Assam Police seized several other stolen items, believed to be that of the late football legend.
The alleged thief, a resident of Sivasagar, was employed as a domestic help at Maradona’s Dubai residence. He fled to Assam in August this year.
It was a one of its kind and specially-made watch of the departed Argentine star. Maradona's jersey number 10 and his signature are inscribed on it, Assam Police said.
One person, Wazid Hussein, was arrested in connection with the case, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said.
Mavys Alvarez Rego, who now lives in Miami, told the press in Buenos Aires how she met Maradona at 16, when the star, then in his forties, lived in Cuba, where he was undergoing drug treatment.
Argentina captain Lionel Messi only scored once in Russia and is still yet to net in the knockout stages of a World Cup.
When Lionel Messi ran to the corner and sank to his knees, the enduring image of Argentina scrambling into the World Cup's last 16 was set.
Maradona, 57, had been visibly emotional during the match in Saint Petersburg that Argentina had to win to stay in the tournament.
England striker Harry Kane mirrors Diego Maradona in his passion: Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino
Kane's double secured England a 2-1 win over Tunisia in their World Cup opener to put Gareth Southgate's side in a strong position to qualify for the knockout stages.
Argentina are rallying around captain Lionel Messi as the South American giants prepare for their crucial Group D clash with Croatia.
"Playing like that, he can't come back to Argentina," the 1986 World Cup winner told Venezuelan television after Lionel Messi missed a penalty in the 1-1 Group D stalemate in Moscow.
For him, laws were like opponents, who had to be beaten at any cost.