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ESPN FC  By ESPN

Lukaku, Aguero, Kane, Sanchez, Mane crucial; Mata, Cahill, Giroud wane

Stewart Robson and Craig Burley do not shy away from Arsenal's transfer window, blaming Arsene Wenger for the downfall.

Back in March, ESPN FC's club bloggers and correspondents selected their side's most important players for the season ahead. 

Now, with the transfer window over, each club has a revised list of key performers. Who is in, who is out and who has flopped? Click on each club for a detailed rundown of the key men and those who have fallen by the wayside. 

CHELSEAIt may be some time before we see Tiemoue Bakayoko in full flow and Cesc Fabregas is defensively limited, meaning N'Golo Kante's energy and intelligence will be crucial. -- Liam Twomey

TOTTENHAMHarry Kane remains Tottenham's talisman and the best striker in the Premier League but is Christian Eriksen now more important than Dele Alli?-- Dan Kilpatrick

LIVERPOOLSadio Mane is becoming Liverpool's main man and is impossible to defend at times and, transfer request aside, Philippe Coutinho is still a crucial component to this team. -- Glenn Price

MANCHESTER CITYPep Guardiola wants goals more than anything, and nobody is better at getting them for City than Sergio Aguero, despite the arrival of Gabriel Jesus. -- Jonathan Smith

ARSENALThe Gunners have not had a good start to the season, and not a great transfer window either. But at least they kept hold off their star player: Alexis Sanchez. -- Mattias Karen

MANCHESTER UNITEDManchester United manager Jose Mourinho has brought in three new players, and two of them are key. But what of Zlatan Ibrahimovic? -- Rob Dawson

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