Callum McManaman

Callum McManaman is an English forward who currently plays for Luton Town. Born on 25th April 1991, in Merseyside, McManaman joined the Everton youth set-up as a schoolboy but was released at the age of 16 – where he opted to join Wigan Athletic in 2007. After working his way up from the U18 side, the fast, skilful winger made his senior debut in May 2009 – setting a new record as the club’s youngest ever Premier League player. He spent a short loan spell in the Championship at Blackpool during the 2011/12 campaign but would enjoy a breakthrough season the following season when he played in every round of Wigan’s run to the 2013 FA Cup final, including the 1-0 final victory over Manchester City. McManaman was back at Wembley the following year as Wigan lost on penalties to Arsenal in the 2014 FA Cup semi-finals. West Bromwich Albion paid £4.75m for McManaman in January 2015.

 Position:
Winger
  Country:
England
  Age:
29

Callum McManaman

 Position:
Winger
  Country:
England
  Age:
29

Callum McManaman is an English forward who currently plays for Luton Town. Born on 25th April 1991, in Merseyside, McManaman joined the Everton youth set-up as a schoolboy but was released at the age of 16 – where he opted to join Wigan Athletic in 2007. After working his way up from the U18 side, the fast, skilful winger made his senior debut in May 2009 – setting a new record as the club’s youngest ever Premier League player. He spent a short loan spell in the Championship at Blackpool during the 2011/12 campaign but would enjoy a breakthrough season the following season when he played in every round of Wigan’s run to the 2013 FA Cup final, including the 1-0 final victory over Manchester City. McManaman was back at Wembley the following year as Wigan lost on penalties to Arsenal in the 2014 FA Cup semi-finals. West Bromwich Albion paid £4.75m for McManaman in January 2015.