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Wolves: Kilman could be on the move this summer

Wolves: Kilman could be on the move this summer - Premier League News

Wolverhampton Wanderers centre-back Max Kilman ‘could be on the move’ this summer, according to journalist Ben Jacobs.

The Lowdown: Four exits on the cards?

Wolves have several players who are being linked with moves away from the club at the end of the season, with Ruben Neves being touted for a move to Liverpool, given that his contract will soon have just one year left before expiry.

Raul Jimenez is also expected to leave this summer, while Adama Traore is set to seek pastures new and Diego Costa looks likely to go once his short-term deal ends.

There could be a real changing of the guard at Molineux, with Lopetegui needing to revamp his squad.

The Latest: Another departure?

According to Jacobs, writing in his exclusive column for CaughtOffside, Kilman could well be on the move at the end of the season.

The centre-back is said to have attracted the interest of Tottenham Hotspur, but the north London club will have to pay a handsome fee given that he is currently contracted until 2026.

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The Verdict: Kilman must stay

Hailed as ‘outstanding’ by journalist Tim Spiers, the 25-year-old has been very impressive for Wolves once again this season, ranking fifth in the squad for his average match rating, weighing in with a 6.88, as per Sofascore.

Recent performances have been even better, with the 6 foot 4 colossus putting in an extraordinary display in the 3-0 home victory against Liverpool, proving he has what it takes to go toe-to-toe with some top attackers by blocking five shots and making two clearances off the line.

With the Old Gold already set to lose so many players this summer, they cannot afford to let another one of their key performers leave, and they should do whatever it takes to keep hold of Kilman, or at the very least hold out for a massive transfer fee.

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