On top of all the problems he's presently facing on the sibutramina case - a substance that he was tested positive for twice in one month - Romanian football player Adrian Mutu, ex-Chelsea and currently Fiorentina, will have to pay up a 6,500 euros fine for smoking a cigarette inside the Artemio Franchi arena from Florence, Violanews.com informs.

The Italian club also proposed to the referee Commission an additional punishment for Adrian Mutu: the A series team club reps want Mutu to pay a 16,500 fine for a night out that has not been approved by Fiorentina's officials.

This measures come just a few weeks after the Italian club announced that the Romanian striker will his salary cut during his suspension period.

According to Violanews.com, Mutu is now in Santa Domingo (the Dominican Republic) where he is resting at the house of his wife's parents, after the sibutramina scandal. The Romanian will return to Italy on Sunday.

Adrian Mutu has been tested positive with sibutramina in two consecutive anti-doping checks on January 10 and January 20 2010, after the matches against Bari (A Series) and Lazio (Italia Coup). The Italian Olympic Committee announced on January 29 that the Romanian football player was suspended until a decision was taken in his case.