Sheffield United and Barnsley have both made enquiries over the availability of Max Kilman at Wolves but the men from Molineux have rebuffed their advances, Football League World can exclusively reveal.
The defender had a decent season last year for the Old Gold with him used as a real squad player in the Premier League, making 14 starts in the top flight.
Indeed, he seemed a popular member of the team but Yorkshire pair Sheffield United and Barnsley are interested in him and Football League World can reveal that both have made an initial enquiry over the availability of the player for a transfer move this summer.
This site also understands that Wolves have told the Championship duo that the player is a part of their first-team plans for next season, and they currently have no intention of letting him go in the summer window.
However, should the situation change in the next month or so, United and Barnsley are going to keep tabs on him and will be willing to revisit the situation should the door open up for a transfer move to happen.
Both sides will be harbouring aspirations to challenge near the top end of the table in 21/22, and it’s clear they feel Kilman could help them do that.