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Wolves defender Max Kilman is on England boss Gareth Southgate’s radar after impressing this season #englishheadline #Wolves #defender #Max #Kilman #England #boss #Gareth #Southgates #radar #impressing #season

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Wolves defender Max Kilman is on England boss Gareth Southgate’s radar after flourishing under Bruno Lage this season… despite only being a professional for three years

  • Max Kilman has started all 13 Premier League games for Wolves this season
  • He turned professional three years ago after joining from Maidenhead United
  • The 24-year-old earned 25 international caps playing futsal from 2015-18
  • Defender could add to his caps in football after impressing Gareth Southgate











Max Kilman is on the radar of England manager Gareth Southgate after a series of impressive performances for Wolves this season.

The defender has been a professional for only three years after joining Wolves from Maidenhead United, but he has flourished under boss Bruno Lage this season, starting all 13 Premier League games.

While there is fierce competition for places at the back for England, Kilman has caught the eye and will hope to add to the 25 international caps he earned playing futsal – a small-sided indoor version of football – from 2015-18.

Max Kilman (right) is on the radar of Gareth Southgate after impressing for Wolves this term

Kilman, 24, was rewarded with a new five-year deal by Wolves earlier this season and has operated on the right of their back three this term, alongside Conor Coady and Romain Saiss. 

They have conceded just 12 goals this season, a record bettered by only the top three of Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool.

Wolves have been one of the ‘best of the rest’ in the top flight this term, despite losing all three of their opening games under Lage, who replaced Nuno Espirito Santo last summer.

The defender turned professional three years ago after joining from Maidenhead United

The defender turned professional three years ago after joining from Maidenhead United

After Wednesday’s home fixture against Burnley, however, Lage’s men face a stern test of their credentials. 

They face Liverpool at Molineux on Saturday before travelling to Manchester City a week later. 

Then following a trip to Brighton on December 15, Wolves host Chelsea on December 19.



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