With no football taking place for at least the next few weeks, attention will start to turn to who could be arriving at clubs during the summer transfer window.
Mikel Arteta added two new players to his Arsenal squad during January with Pablo Mari and Cedric Soares both joining on loan deals until the end of the season.
But it is likely that the Spaniard will look to add further resources to his playing staff during the off season.
One of the latest links is Evan Ndicka, with Sky Sports reporting that both Arsenal and Liverpool are tracking the player.
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But who is Ndicka? Take a look below to find out.
Who is Ndicka?
Ndicka is a left-footed centre back who currently plays for Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt. The 20-year-old signed for the German side in 2018 from French second tier club AJ Auxerre after coming up through the youth team.
The defender is a French U21 international, earning his one cap in September 2019 against Czech Republic.
How has he performed this season?
The youngster has made 25 appearances in all competitions for Frankfurt this season, including 15 in the Bundesliga.
He was mainly used on the bench for the first part of the season, but has now broken back into the starting eleven.
He was an unused substitute for both Europa League group stage games against Arsenal as he was for both legs of last season’s semi-final against Chelsea.
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Who else is interested?
According to Sky Sports, both Arsenal and Liverpool were tracking the defender before the suspension of football across Europe.
The report also claims that Spanish sides Valencia and Sevilla as well as Serie A clubs AC Milan and Inter Milan are also interested in the 20-year-old.
The number of clubs interested means that the Gunners could be in for a battle should they wish to pursue their interest further.