Southampton have been granted emergency permission to sign 40-year-old Willy Caballero after they picked up injuries to their two first choice goalkeepers.
With injuries to both Alex McCarthy and Frazer Forster, Southampton were granted permission to sign Willy Caballero.
Caballero had been without a club since he left Chelsea in the summer after four years at Stamford Bridge. He signed for Chelsea after three years at Manchester City, when they signed him for £7.2m from Malaga.
In total, Caballero has played 86 games, conceding 97 goals, since 2014 when he arrived in England.
Cabellero has signed a one-month deal with the Saints and will be in goal when they travel to the Emirates on Saturday for the 3pm kick-off.
The keeper has faced Arsenal four times in his career to date, winning none, drawing one and losing two.
He conceded nine goals in those games, although only one of the matches was in the Premier League (the draw).
Three of the goals came in the Community Shield final against Manchester City that Arsenal won 3-0.
The other four were split evening between a game in the FA Cup and the League Cup, both 2-1 Arsenal wins over City and Chelsea respectively.