Former Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has been banned from any football activities for four months, MySportDab reports.
Sturridge has been banned from football until June after the FA won a successful appeal over his breaches of betting rules.
The suspension has now increased from two weeks to four months.
The former Chelsea Player won’t be able to take part in any football activity until June 17.
Sturridge was announced guilty of betting offences by an Independent Commission in July.
MySportDab understands he was previously given a £75,000 fine and a six-week ban, four of which were suspended but the Football Association has now made things worse.
A successful appeal was completed and Sturridge has now seen his fine doubled and a lengthy suspension period.
Sturridge’s future is now unknown after Trabzonspor terminated hiz his three-year contract.
The 29-year-old was hoping to revive his career in Turkey after falling behind at Liverpool.
A statement from Trabzonspor read: “The professional contract signed between us and professional footballer Daniel Andre Sturridge on 21-08-2019 has been mutually terminated.
“In terms with the termination, the football player gave up his forward-looking rights.”
The Football Association statement read: “Daniel Sturridge has been officially suspended from all football activities from today till 17th June 2020.”