Journalist claims Spurs hold an interest in Wolves star – Not Adama Traore

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Journalist Ben Jacobs has claimed that Tottenham Hotspur hold an interest in Wolves centre-back Max Kilman, however, the North London club have not made any move for the player so far. 

Joe Rodon has completed a move to Rennes this week, and reports indicate that Spurs are also looking to move Japhet Tanganga on to make room for another central defender (Football Insider).

Over recent days, reports in Italy have suggested that Fiorentina’s Nikola Milenkovic is one of the options on the radar of Antonio Conte’s men (La Nazione).

Jacobs has now revealed that Spurs also have an eye on a homegrown option in Kilman. The 25-year-old, who has a background in Futsal, established himself as a regular in Bruno Lage’s starting eleven and turned a few heads with his composed displays at the back.

Jacobs claims Tottenham have sent scouts to run the rule over Kilman but added that Wolves might not be open to selling the centre-back this summer.

The journalist told The Last Word On Spurs YouTube channel: “Tottenham have also, by the way, scouted Max Kilman historically, which is more of a domestic option.

“They’ve not made any kind of move over the course of this summer. Interesting again, to see whether that changes. I don’t think that Wolves would like to sell.”

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Given that Kilman’s current deal at Molineux Stadium runs until 2026 (Transfermarkt), Wolves would demand a sizable fee for the centre-back. I cannot see Spurs spending big on a backup to Cristian Romero when Milenkovic is potentially available for a cut-price fee.

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  1. Max Kilman plays on the left, so would play opposite of Cristian Romero. This is most likely looking at him as a future signing, as there will probably be a need for left center back next summer.


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