Max Kilman Commits to Wolverhampton Wanderers with Contract Extension

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Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Max Kilman has extended his contract with the club until the summer of 2028, rejecting interest from other clubs including Napoli.

The 26-year-old’s previous deal was set to expire in 2026, but the new agreement ties him to Wolves for an additional two years.

Wolves reportedly turned down a substantial offer of €35 million (£30.2 million) from Napoli earlier in the transfer window for Kilman, and they were unwilling to accept anything less than €40 million for the center-back. The decision to extend Kilman’s contract showcases Wolves’ commitment to keeping him as a key part of their team.

Max Kilman has made 108 appearances for Wolves since joining from non-league Maidenhead in 2018. He played in almost all of the team’s Premier League matches last season and has emerged as a regular first-team player. Kilman’s consistency and contribution on the field have earned him not only a new contract but also the role of club captain after Ruben Neves’ departure.

Wolves’ sporting director, Matt Hobbs, expressed his satisfaction with Kilman’s contract extension, highlighting his evolution and the strong foundation he has built within the team. Kilman’s commitment is seen as a positive sign for the club, especially during a time of transition with a new head coach, Gary O’Neil, taking charge.


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