Wolves’ pursuit of remaining in the Premier League lives on, but if the West Midlands outfit were to plummet to the Championship, players may look elsewhere to provide their services.
Max Kilman has been one of the most impressive players under Julen Lopetegui’s stewardship and journalist Ben Jacobs claims that he is a player that Liverpool will consider.
“With Kilman, Liverpool have looked at him, Spurs have looked at him.
“I don’t think Wolves want to lose Kilman, but it might be the right time for him to make a move. A series of Premier League clubs on the centre-back’s trail are very impressed by him,” Jacobs told GiveMeSport.
A new defender will certainly be on Klopp’s wish list ahead of a squad re-shuffle this summer and Kilman would be a great appointment.
Joel Matip’s future at the club is currently unknown and Joe Gomez has received his fair share of backlash this season for his performances.
Virgil van Dijk and Ibrahima Konate look nailed on to remain at the Red’s but reinforcements are needed if Klopp is serious about Liverpool’s climb back to the top.
Kilman has proved his worth at Premier League level and despite his team being in a relegation battle, the 25-year-old has the ability to play for a team of a higher calibre.
The Wolves defender is valued at £18m and has been a stalwart in Wolves’ defence, starting every single domestic fixture for this season.
Klopp would have kept a close eye on the former Futsal star in Wolves’ emphatic 3-0 home victory against his Liverpool side, in a match where Kilman was awarded the man of the match.