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Callum Whelan


A talented midfield operator who is perhaps best utilised in the middle, and one of the three players shortlisted for the Jimmy Murphy Young Player of the Year award in 2017.

Arguably his finest performance of the 2015/16 season came in the FA Youth Cup tie against QPR when he scored and also provided the incisive through ball that led to Marcus Rashford earning - and scoring - the penalty winner. Whelan has progressed through the system after joining the club as an eight year old. The midfield pivot played 30 times, more than any of his colleagues, in his last season as an Under-18 and was a permanent fixture in Kieran McKenna's plans. He also made his Reserves debut in a 2-0 defeat to Porto in the Premier League International Cup. After stepping up to the Under-23s on a permanent basis, he only made five starts for Ricky Sbragia’s men (plus a further four substitute appearances) but his positive and bubbly character has ensured he’s been a valuable member of the squad with more development to come.

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Callum Whelan being interviewed on MUTV

Whelan: What McTominay's been telling me Article

Callum Whelan says housemate and fellow midfielder Scott McTominay has advised him on how to make the grade at United.

Callum Whelan puts pen to paper.

Whelan commits future Article

Midfielder Callum Whelan has signed a new contract with the Reds to prolong his stay at Old Trafford.

U23s: Chelsea 2 United 2 Article

The Reserves fought out a terrific draw in extraordinary conditions at Aldershot’s EBB Stadium on Monday evening.