Wolves could potentially cash in on Max Kilman this summer, amid current concerns about FFP.
The Express & Star have suggested the club are facing some issues right now, and need to get their finances in check.
Wolves spent a lot of money over the last two transfer windows. And the only real major sale was Morgan Gibbs-White to Nottingham Forest.
It has been suggested that Wolves need investment from owners Fosun. But that, apparently, is not guaranteed.
The article is very revealing and at one point it is suggested that several players could be sold this summer.
One of those is Kilman. It is stated that he is currently attracting interest, and could sell for around £35 million.
Kilman has been an ever-present for Wolves this season in the Premier League. He has played every single minute so far in the league this campaign.
He hasn’t quite been able to match the levels he showed last season.
But he’s still been decent, and seemingly he does have some admirers, although no clubs are mentioned in the Express & Star’s report.
In the past though, it’s been claimed Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool have shown interest.
Kilman has a contract with Wolves until the summer of 2023.
£35 million seems a fair price for Max Kilman
So it looks as though several players could be on their way out of Wolves this summer.
You have those that are out of contract that will leave for free, and then the club seemingly need to make some sales.
Kilman is a player that Wolves would ideally be keeping.
We have seen how good he can be, and potentially he could become a top centre-back if he was a little more dominant and aggressive. Because he has absolutely everything else.
But Wolves’ situation may push them to offload the Englishman.
£35 million seems like a fair asking price. His level may have dipped a little this season, but Kilman has shown what a good player he is and he still has a few years until he comes into his peak.