Newcastle United's new director Jamie Reuben arrives with a strong football background.
The Daily Mail reports Newcastle are the third club to have attracted the support of new director Reuben, who has taken a seat on the board following the completion of the Saudi Arabia-funded £305million takeover.
The 34-year-old son of billionaire property investor David Reuben was a regular in the East Stand Executive Club at Chelsea before becoming a director at Queens Park Rangers, where he sat on the board for two years before standing down as Newcastle takeover talks intensified last year.
Reuben Brothers now own 10 per cent of Newcastle, with Saudi's Public Investment Fund controlling 80 per cent and broker Amanda Staveley the other 10 per cent.
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