CONMEBOL have also said they want it to take place in River's ground, for reasons of "sporting justice".
But before the match, riots broke out after fans of river Plate threw stones at the bus with the players of Boca juniors and used them against pepper gas.
Following a 2-2 first-leg draw in the final against rivals Boca Juniors, River Plate were set to host the second-leg decider on Saturday. On Sunday, it was postponed again, hours before kickoff, after Boca said they were not in a fit state to play. "My love for the club aside, there are rules that must be respected", Maradona wrote on his social media on Monday.
Cities in Italy, Brazil and Colombia have also reportedly offered to host the game.
The match won't be played in Miami or anywhere else in CONCACAF, sources told ESPN on Tuesday.
Time to play the match is limited, as the victor will represent South America in the FIFA Club World Cup which kicks off in the United Arab Emirates on December 12.
Boca Juniors President Daniel Angelici, however, said he will appeal the decision at the Court of Arbitration for Sport "if needed".
Boca juniors and river plate is always distinguished by the very strained relationship between the fans.
According to a statement released by the the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL), the game will be played on the 8th or 9th of December, with the venue yet to be finalised.
River fans are confronted by police ahead of the Copa Libetadores final with Boca Juniors in Buenos Aires.
After drawing the first leg 2-2, Argentina's two biggest clubs were due to have met in the decisive second leg on Saturday at River's Monumental stadium but the match was called off after several Boca players were hurt when their bus was pelted with rocks by River fans.
The Copa Libertadores determines South America's entrant-though that side won't play its first game until the semifinals on December 18.
"This is a disgrace that we're talking about a situation like this, because of a few misfits, for what is a game of football", said Dominguez, reports The Independent.