Atletico Madrid Defender Kieran Trippier has been suspended for 10 weeks by the FA and fined £70,000 after breaches of Betting Rules, MySportDab reports.
The England defender has now denied breaches of FA Rule E8(1)(b), which occurred in July 2019.
Trippier asked a personal hearing for the charges put against him.
He was found guilty for four of the breaches and three others dismissed during the court hearing.
The independent regulatory commission will release an official statement soon.
The 10 weeks suspension to Trippier, includes all football-related activities, is effective from Wednesday, December 23 following a FIFA application.
The ban means Trippier can play football again until March and will miss Atletico’s Champions League game against Chelsea.
The England right-back had been linked with a January move to Manchester United as a backup for Aaron Wan-Bissaka in defender.
Any interest from Manchester United will have now to wait due to the football suspension.
Trippier signed for Tottenham from Atletico Madrid in 2019.
Trippier has played 19 matches for Atletico Madrid this season across all competitions.
His ban is a major blow for Coach Diego Simeone as he wants to win the Spanish La Liga and the Champions League.
Trippier will hope his suspension doesn’t make him miss out on the him England squad for Euro 2020 next year.
There is stiff competition for England at right-back with Chelsea’s Reece James, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Kyle Walker, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka all interested.