10. Jack Rodwell (Sunderland)
Here’s what happens with most young English footballers in the Premier League: a player enjoys a stint of great form in his native club, eventually grabbing a name in the Premier League. Then, a giant team like United or Arsenal come with their chequebook for his services. The parent club makes a good money out of him and eventually, the player struggles to find form at a club where each and every player is a star, and eventually, he’s sold off to a less powerful team. This is what happened with Jack Rodwell. He might have been good in the beginning, but he surely isn’t even worth remembering now!