Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Jordan Graham has not played for the club since January.
The former Magpies shot-stopper is now on the books of relegation rivals Sunderland.
The Potters have been on a fine run in the Premier League that has seen them climb to eighth place, winning four of their last six games.
The 49-year-old Frenchman left Villa on Tuesday night after only 147 days in charge, but did the team make any improvement during his reign?
Taking a look at three Tottenham Hotspur players who could make all the difference this weekend.
This season has seen a remarkable change in fortune for Premier League hopefuls Brighton & Hove Albion.
Aston Villa are on the hunt for a new manager following the dismissal of Remi Garde earlier this week.
The Australian's stunning strike secured a victory over Kilmarnock.
Chris Wood has scored eight goals in 28 matches for Leeds United so far.
Tjaronn Chery has scored four goals in his last seven appearances for Queens Park Rangers.
The Algerian is wanted by Everton but a move has been delayed.
Former Leeds United striker Michael Bridges' time at the club was wrecked by injuries.
The Bournemouth player is set for a January exit and Tottenham Hotspur should move quickly.
And even then it will be paid out over 5 years.
Tottenham fans of firm belief Manchester United ace Marcus Rashford is not in Harry Kane's league.
Lex Immers has claimed that he snubbed Celtic in order to join Club Brugge.
Middlesbrough and Newcastle United are said to be keen on the winger, who has struggled to make an impression at Crystal Palace.
And 2017 looks to have got off to a decent start.
HITC Sport understands a bid is imminent from Premier League outfit
Leeds United have had a closer look at three potential new players.
Barclays has hired Bank of America 's Eric Biddle as an investment banker to retail and consumer companies, according to people familiar with the matter.
A Deutsche Bank unit will pay more than $4m to settle allegations that it failed to properly report data on millions of options trades, according to a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) document.
Artifical intelligence (A.I.) isn't likely to take your job any time soon, in fact it's going to make your work a lot more rewarding, according to the CEO of a company that automates basic tasks using a digital workforce.