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Wolves: Journalist drops Max Kilman transfer claim

Wolves could be in for a busy summer transfer window as they gear up to see some of their current players leave the club with their contracts due to expire at the end of the season.

However, it seems as though the Midlands club have a plan in place to keep hold of one of their other squad players that has been mentioned with a move away from Molineux in recent weeks.

What’s the talk?

Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, journalist Dean Jones had this to say about the upcoming summer transfer window and what Wolves could do in regards to the future of Max Kilman, who has recently been linked with a move to fellow Premier League club Chelsea.

He said: “I think Wolves will probably price him out of the market at this stage if they possibly can. They’ll do what they did with Adama Traore last summer because he’s been so important to them.”

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Fans buzzing

The defender joined the Old Gold back in the 2018 summer window on a free transfer from Maidenhead United and has gone on to make 62 senior appearances for the club across all competitions, scoring one goal and providing two assists along the way.

This season has seen the 24-year-old prove how vital he has become for Bruno Lage’s side by racking up more minutes in the league than any other outfield player, meaning that if he does indeed stay at Molineux, supporters will surely be buzzing.

Furthermore, he has racked up an overall performance rating of 6.93/10, making him the fourth-highest rated outfield figure in the squad according to WhoScored.

Taking into account what Jones had to say, if the Midlands club do try and price the centre-back out of a move this summer, it shows just how keen they are be to keep hold of him and how highly Lage rates him.

If the Englishman does end up staying, it would surely be a big thing for the fans to celebrate when you consider how good he’s been on the pitch in this campaign, contributing to an exceptionally good defensive record. Combine that with 99% of voters in a recent poll from Football FanCast declaring they’d been impressed with the defender this season and it’s clear he’s beginning to become a fan favourite.

Do you think Wolves will sell Kilman in the summer?





Given how young he is compared to his fellow defensive teammates as well such as Conor Coady, Romain Saiss and Willy Boly, Kilman certainly has the potential to be a long-term figure for Wolves if he ignores any potential interest in him from elsewhere and pledges his future to the club.

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