Every Current Premier League Club's Biggest Transfer Bust
20. Arsenal - Francis Jeffers
In 2003 England suffered a shock loss to Australia that was somewhat softened by a pair of young forwards impressing in their international debuts. However, while Wayne Rooney would go on to international superstardom, his strike partner that day Francis Jeffers' career would fail to live up to lofty expectations.
Signed by Arsene Wegner for over £8 million in 2001, Jeffers struggled with injuries at Highbury and failed to make enough of an impression to warrant a starting place in the dominant Arsenal side of the early 2000s.
Jeffers would bounce around clubs in the years that followed before ultimately retiring in 2013 having never managed to get into double figures of goals over the course of a season.