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Saido Berahino's negative tweet toward West Brom could affect career

The ESPN FC crew discusses Saido Berahino tweet saying he 'will never play' for Jeremy Peace, chairman of the striker's current club, West Bromwich Albion

For a long while throughout the summer, the transfer speculation surrounding West Brom's Saido Berahino looked like it would remain just that. It was only in the final two weeks of the window that Tottenham made their move for the England Under-21 forward and things have been tumultuous ever since for the Baggies.

Ultimately, a deal couldn't be done and Berahino still remains at the club. But it isn't as cut and dry as that, as shown in his tweet on the final hour of the transfer deadline.

Insider panel: Prem transfer takeaways

Manchester United paid big money for 19-year-old Anthony Martial. Will he pan out at Old Trafford?
Manchester United paid big money for 19-year-old Anthony Martial. Will he pan out at Old Trafford?

With the 2015 summer transfer window closed, it's time to take a look at key takeaways for Premier League teams and players.

Which Prem team was most successful in the window? Which club stumbled to the greatest degree? Which move will have the biggest positive impact? Which move is the most likely to not pan out? And which player who didn't move teams should have?

We assembled a panel of three ESPN FC analysts -- ESPN Insiders Doug McIntyre and Adrian Melville along with Paul Carr from ESPN Stats & Information -- to weigh in on these questions and more following yet another drama-filled summer transfer window.

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 By Rory Smith

Why the transfer market is a cult of promises, trickery and misdirection

The Exploding Heads run through the 10 strangest things that happened this transfer deadline day.
While transfer deadline day may have lacked a marquee signing, take a look at the more memorable moments as Manchester United's saga with David De Gea came to a solution while Southampton bolstered their defence.

The plans were in motion before the transfer window had even closed: there would be a protest outside the Emirates Stadium at 7 p.m. sharp on Tuesday. Arsenal's fans were fed up. They finished 12 points behind the Premier League champions last season. Now Arsene Wenger had gone through the entire summer and, uniquely among the top five leagues in Europe, he had not bought a single outfield player. Enough was enough. Out went the rallying cry: #wengerout.

Things were only slightly better at Manchester...