It has been revealed that Bangor City are to become the target for the next takeover from the Middle East.
Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, 26, whose uncle owns Manchester City, said his family is poised to pour millions into the club and claimed he owed it to locals to "give something back" after going to university there.
The economics graduate told the Sun: "I don't see any reason why my family wouldn't want to invest in the club. We love our football. This is something we will definitely look at in the near future."
The Welsh minnows' average crowd is just 400 and the deal would be even more shocking than the recent takeover of League Two side Notts County, who have just installed Sven Goran Eriksson as Director of Football.
Bangor chairman Dilwyn Jones, whose players at Farrar Road are on as little as £150 a week, said: "We'd be very happy to talk to the sheikh."