Chelsea face a longer wait for their compensation over Adrian Mutu's past move.
The Daily Mail says Serie A sides Juventus and Livorno have each appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after FIFA's ruling demanded both clubs help Mutu pay Chelsea 21 million (£17,785,000).
Mutu was sacked by Chelsea in September 2004 after testing positive for cocaine.
The former Romania international received a seven-month ban from football, but Chelsea took a firm stance on the forward and sacked him before suing to recover the money they paid to sign him.
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