Wolverhampton Wanderers’ young star Max Kilman has recently been linked with a move away from Molineux.
Football Insider recently revealed that the Black Country club were strongly considering offloading the 23-year-old next season, whether it be a permanent transfer or loan move.
This comes after Kilman put pen to paper on a new five-year deal back in October with his contract not due to expire until 2025.
Kilman is adored by his teammates at the club, particularly by skipper Conor Coady who told the club’s official website that he was “outstanding” who is “brilliant to have around.”
Responding to a fan on Twitter, Spiers revealed that manager Nuno Espirito Santo was exploring the option of a possible season-long loan spell at the start of the season, but added it could be too late for such a move now.
They considered loaning him out at the start of this season but he’ll be 24 this summer, feels a bit old for that now.
— Tim Spiers (@TimSpiers) March 2, 2021
Transfer Tavern Verdict
The jury is still out as far as Kilman is concerned, even though the 2020/21 campaign is the most first-team football he has played so far in one season.
The Englishman is yet to score a goal for Wolves but has provided one assist, averaged 1.3 tackles and 2.2 clearances (Whoscored).
Whether his performances will force the Wolves hierarchy to reconsider keeping him at the club, remains to be seen. Nevertheless, Kilman’s future seems to be out of his hands at this point.
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