14. Theo Walcott – Arsenal
Theo Walcott continues to split opinion in the Premier League, as the Arsenal winger fails to set the world alight at the Emirates Stadium despite threatening to do so on many occasions.
Ever since being a shock inclusion in Sven-Goran Eriksson’s England squad for the 2006 World Cup, Walcott has been closely watched and in turn closely scrutinised.
That came six months after signing for Arsenal for an initial fee of £5 million from Southampton, and more than half a decade later his future for Arsene Wenger’s side looks less than certain.
The diminutive forward has pace to burn, but is rarely employed in his preferred position as a centre forward and the odd match aside, such as his hat-trick for England against Croatia, continues to under-perform to some extent.