Juventus forward Adrian Mutu is hoping for a reunion in the Champions League final with his former club Chelsea.

The Romanian was sacked by the Premier League leaders after failing a drugs test and is currently serving a ban which expires on May 15.

However, Mutu would be eligible for the Champions League final should Juve get there and the team he would like to meet is Chelsea.

Mutu told La Gazzetta dello Sport: “It is the club that every player dreams of.

“It is the ideal club to play at and to restart my career.

“It was destiny when you bear in mind that on several occasions I had been very close to this transfer, but the dream has come true.”

Mutu has also vowed to reform his hedonistic lifestyle.

He said: “I will change, I no longer want my name to be linked to episodes off the pitch. I will play with the number 30 and I hope that I can be on the pitch in the (Champions League) final against Chelsea.”

Mutu will start training with Juve on Wednesday, but there have been reports that he was signed purely to be used at a later date as a makeweight in the transfer of Roma striker Antonio Cassano.

Moreover, Juve would have to get rid off a non-European Union player if the Romanian international stays permanently.