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Juventus coach Fabio Capello has welcomed the arrival of Adrian Mutu to Turin.
Mutu has joined Chelsea on a free transfer after having his contract cancelled by Chelsea for failing a drugs test.
Capello believes Mutu will prove to be a good acquisition for Juventus as he was a big fan of the Romanian during his time Parma.
"He is fast, already knows the Serie A style and has the characteristics I look for in a player," said Capello.
Adrian Mutu could make his return to football in the UEFA Champions League final, if Juventus make it through to the competition's pinnacle.
The disgraced Romanian was sacked by Chelsea after testing positive for a banned substance, but quickly found himself a new club.
Livorno technically hold the player's registration, but they have loaned him to Juventus - who would otherwise have had too many non-EU players on their books.
Juventus have confirmed that they made a bid in the summer to lure then Chelsea star Adrian Mutu back to Italy.
The disgraced Romanian has now inked a deal with the Turin giants following his sacking for a failed drugs test.
However, Juve general manager Luciano Moggi has confirmed that the Serie A league leaders were keen on a move for the player before his controversial axing.