Carlisle United Football Club is delighted to confirm that midfielder Callum Guy, 26, has become the second player this week to commit his future to the Blues with the agreement of a two-year deal, with an option, which keeps him at the club until at least the summer of 2025.
He initially penned an 18-month deal with the Blues during the January 2020 transfer window. A triggered clause secured his services for a further 12-months at the end of the 20/21 season before he agreed a new contract in September 2021, which took him to the end of the current campaign.
A box-to-box midfielder, he started his career with Derby County where he quickly became a regular in the club’s under-23 side.
He had loan spells with Port Vale and Bradford whilst with the Rams, where he gained vital league experience, then spent the first half of the 2018/19 campaign at Bloomfield Road, where he made 21 appearances.
His performances secured him a permanent move and he made just under 50 appearances for the Tangerines, including 22 through the first half of the 2019/20 season.
His first full season with the Blues earned him a raft of player-of-the-season nominations, many of which ended up on his mantlepiece.
He has made a total of 127 appearances and scored three goals for the Cumbrians to date.
Manager Paul Simpson said: “Callum loves it here and his performances this season have been outstanding, so he thoroughly deserves this extension.
“I’m pleased we’ve got them both done. Jack is still very young, and Callum is a good age with a lot of experience and games under his belt now.
“Hopefully he will keep performing to the levels we’ve seen from him this season.”