A new name has emerged as a potential board member at Newcastle United if and when a £300m Saudi-backed takeover go through.
Al-Jaber is a former Al-Hilal president (the biggest football team in Saudi) and currently works as an advisor to the Saudi General Sports Authority.
Should these claims of a potential offer be true, the 47-year-old could join the likes of Yasir Al-Rumayyan, Amanda Staveley and Jamie Reuben on the Newcastle United board.
Al-Jaber scored 46 goals in 156 games for Saudi Arabia during his playing days, and was also the man who appointed recently linked Jorge Jesus during his time at Al-Hilal.
One to watch once a takeover goes through?