3. Mark Hughes
Mark Hughes was a prolific goalscorer who started his career at Manchester United.
He scored 37 league goals in 89 appearances and spent a season at each, Bayern Munich and Barcelona before resigning for the Red Devils back in 1988.
Mark Hughes of Manchester United pic.twitter.com/cYxk08fHhu
— The League Magazine (@Theleaguemag) April 13, 2019
In his second spell at Old Trafford, Hughes won 10 major trophies with United, including two Premier League titles and the 1991 European Cup Winners’ Cup, when he scored a brace in the 2-1 victory over his former club Barcelona in the final.
His time at Everton was not as successful, as the striker played a total of 19 games and scored only one goal in the year he spent at the Goodison Park.