The rumours continue to come thick and fast as we approach the latter stages of the window and clubs scramble to get business done in the Premier League and beyond. Arsenal have signed Brighton goalkeeper Mat Ryan until the end of the season, while Standard Sport understands they are increasingly confident that Martin Odegaard will also join on loan from Real Madrid. Mikel Arteta is also looking for another left-back as cover for Kieran Tierney.
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What is it? The defending FA Cup winners Arsenal travel to the south coast on Saturday for a tricky fourth-round clash with Southampton. When is it? The game is on Saturday, January 23. What time is kick-off? The match will kick off at 12.15pm. What TV channel is it on? Live coverage of the match begins at 11:45 on BT Sport 1. Telegraph Sport will also be on hand to provide updates from the match in our live blog. What is the team news? Southampton striker Danny Ings is back in contention for the home side after a period in isolation following a positive test for coronavirus. Boss Ralph Hasenhuttl made seven changes for the midweek cup win against Shrewsbury and has a lengthy injury list, which now includes Will Smallbone, who will be out for six months after damaging knee ligaments. Arsenal could hand an immediate debut to Mat Ryan after the Australian goalkeeper joined on loan from Brighton for the remainder of the season. Manager Mikel Arteta is likely to shuffle his pack with the likes of Gabriel, Nicolas Pepe, Willian and Gabriel Martinelli pushing for a start. Pablo Mari (calf) misses out but Dani Ceballos will undergo a late fitness test on his own calf complaint and could be involved. What have we said about the clubs? Sam Wallace exclusively revealed Danny Ings is stalling on a new deal as he eyes the Champions League. "The player’s key consideration is not financial but to give himself the best possible opportunity to play at the highest level again. "The transfer market is in flux with the effects of Covid-19, although it is possible that the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City and even his former club, Liverpool, might be in the market for a striker this summer."