🚨EXCLUSIVE : West Ham will not give up on their pursuit for the PL ace


West Ham will not give up their pursuit of Wolves captain Max Kilman despite having a bid of around £25m rejected.

As first reported by the Telegraph , Wolves rejected the Hammers’ first approach for the 27-year-old defender, who signed a new five-year contract last summer.

Mail Sport understands West Ham see Kilman as a priority target and will not be deterred by Wolves’ rejection of their first offer.

New Hammers boss Julen Lopetegui is keen to bring Kilman to the London Stadium after working with the defender during his time at Wolves.

West Ham are looking to strengthen their defensive zone after going 18 Premier League games without a clean sheet in the second half of last season.

Hull City’s Jacob Greaves is also a target, but they face competition from other Premier League clubs, while the Tigers will also be pushing hard to keep him.

Brazilian teenager Luis Guilherme became West Ham’s first summer signing last week, a £19.2million striker from Corinthians.

West Ham sporting director Tim Steidten is leading the club’s transfer strategy, although Lopetegui will still have a role in comings and goings.

Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri is also said to be a target.

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