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.

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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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