#5 Andy Cole (13)
The second-highest goalscorer in the Premier League era won numerous trophies as a Manchester United player, but played for a variety of clubs before and after his Old Trafford days. The England international has won all possible footballing honours in England, but could never succeed in setting his heart on a club.
His competitive debut was in Arsenal colours, and he also lent his goal-poaching services to Manchester City and Newcastle United. It was at Newcastle that Cole burst into the limelight between 1993 and 1995, scoring 55 goals in 70 appearances. As a result, he was swooped up by Manchester United, for whom he scored 93 goals in the vastly successful following six years.