July 18, 2024

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According to the Sun, West Ham has made Max Kilman, a defender for Wolves, a second bid of over £30 million. Wolves have already turned down a £25 million bid for the 27-year-old. The newspaper said on page 56 of its print edition on June 23 that Wolves had rejected that offer as well. The Shropshire Star

While Wolves want £45million for him, the Hammers do not value him higher than £35million as they eye defensive reinforcements this summer.

West Ham must look to negotiate lower fee with Wolves for Max Kilman

The Hammers can’t just give Kilman the £45 million that Wolves are requesting. Even though the Englishman is a gifted defender who may bolster West Ham’s defense, each team quotes a player at a greater price.

At 27 years old, Kilman is entering his prime but has never played for a top club or in European competitions and that lack of experience can prove to be costly.

His estimate of £45 million appears to be predicated more on promise than on track record.

Wolves have previously turned down two bids from the Hammers worth between £25 and $30 million, but they should keep negotiating instead of giving in to their demands.

The London club may compel the Molineux outfit to drop their asking price by remaining steadfast.

The Hammers have other defensive targets and cannot allow themselves to be held hostage to Wolves’ valuation of Kilman.

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