Journalist makes Liverpool and Max Kilman claim as Klopp seeks Anfield overhaul
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Journalist makes Liverpool and Max Kilman claim as Klopp seeks Anfield overhaul

Liverpool are looking to complete an overhaul of their squad this summer and could look to sign Wolves defender, Max Kilman.

Kilman has been one of the more impressive players in what has been an otherwise disappointing season for Wolves in general. Despite picking up a bit under Julen Lopetegui, the Molineux club remain stuck in a relegation battle.

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Liverpool, as we know, are looking to bring in a number of new players this summer. And while midfield remains a priority, a new defender is also thought to be high on Jurgen Klopp’s wish list.

And according to journalist Ben Jacobs, Max Kilman is a player Liverpool will consider making a move for.

“With Kilman, Liverpool have looked at him, Spurs have looked at him. I don’t think Wolves want to lose Kilman, but it might be the right time for him to make a move. A series of Premier League clubs on the centre-back’s trail are very impressed by him,” Jacobs told GiveMeSport.

The 25-year-old defender would surely relish the chance of moving to Anfield if it comes about.

Joel Matip is expected to leave Liverpool, while Joe Gomez has come under fire this season for some below par performances. That leaves Van Dijk and Konate as the main two for the Reds, and Kilman will fancy his chances given the pairs past injuries.

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It’s so important that Liverpool get things right this summer with their recruitment. The need for new midfielders is more obvious than ever. But a new defender is also something that would be welcome.

Despite Wolves’ struggles, Max Kilman is a player who has done well. Certainly, there’s an argument to say he could do the business for a club a bit higher up the table than Wolves.

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