Breaking: This could be his last moment at Molineux after epl side shown interest….

WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 03: A general view inside the stadium prior to the Sky Bet Championship match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Fulham at Molineux on November 3, 2017 in Wolverhampton, England. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

Wolves warned Man Utd could now ‘look at’ signing £60m player who Gary O’Neil loves

Just a few days before the 2023–24 Premier League season began, the Englishman was given full control of the team, giving the manager little opportunity to acquaint himself with his players.

Wolves’ stability in the Premier League was questioned in the summer because of budgetary issues that resulted in a lack of depth, but O’Neil overcame the odds to lead his team to a 14th-place finish.

Now that the topic of exits is a hot topic at Molineux, the former manager of Bournemouth will try to hide the shortcomings of this season by both acquiring and holding onto elite players.

Prior to the transfer window, there was a lot of speculation around Pedro Neto’s future, but there was also uncertainty about club captain Max Kilman’s position heading into the summer.

It was speculated last week that Lopetegui may want to rejoin Kilman at West Ham, but new reports indicate that the Hammers aren’t the only team connected to the defender.

Transfer specialist Dean Jones stated on Ranks FC that Manchester United may “very quickly” turn their attention to the Englishman.

“I think they [Man Utd] will move on from it very soon if they are unable to sign Jarrad Branthwaite.

“They would consider Marc Guehi of Crystal Palace and Max Kilman of Wolves as their other defensive targets in the Premier League, both of whom are priced between £50 and £60 million.”

The Red Devils reportedly showed interest in Joao Gomes and were linked to a deal for Kilman last month. O’Neil will have a lot of important decisions to make this summer.

Even though O’Neil loves the 27-year-old, as seen by the manager having him start at center back for the entirety of the 2023–2024 season, the Old Gold could be persuaded to part ways by a reasonable price for the defender.

It’s crucial to remember that the Midlands club only spent £40,000 for Kilman in 2018. As a result, a sizable fee would result in an almost complete profit for the team, which could then be used to reassemble O’Neill’s modest squad.

In addition, the captain has not performed up to par in recent weeks; he has been characterized as a player who has “struggled” to maintain order in the back for Wolves.

The club might let go of the defender for as much as £60 million. is significant to O’Neil, but based on his performance in 2023 and 2024, he cannot be regarded as irreplaceable.

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