First off, I never whirlpool nor do a bunch of others on here. Those who have tried whirlpooling, filtering, and just dumping the whole mess into the fermenter don't find much difference in the taste nor the clearing of the beer.
Second, your beer still has krausen so it is not nearly far enough along to secondary, if it even should be put into secondary. Use your hydrometer to tell when the ferment is over, not airlock bubbling, not lack of activity in the carboy. Never transfer until you have reached final gravity. The stuff you have floating is nothing to worry about. Most of the time that stuff will settle when the ferment is over. If your hydrometer says it's done, moving the fermenter may be enough to get it to fall. If not, rack from under it.