Manchester United caretaker manager Ralf Rangnick has told his club to track the progress of Wolves centre-half Max Kilman following his impressive term so far, a report has stated.

The Red Devils have entered a fresh chapter after the sacking of the Norwegian Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November.

While Ralf is in the dugout until the end of the campaign, he’ll then take on an Old Trafford consultancy position.

However, the German’s work over transfers has already underway. In fact, several stars have had links with a transfer to the Theatre of Dreams this month, including RB Leipzig player Amadou Haidara.

According to 90min, though, the interim boss recently delivered his in-depth assessment of the United roster in a meeting.

Rangnick expressed his thoughts to the likes of new chief executive Richard Arnold and director of football John Murtough and the 24-year-old Kilman was one player he urged the side to look closely at.


The Molineux outfit signed him from Maidenhead United in the summer transfer window of 2018 as a potential breakthrough star.

After impressing in Wolves’ Under-23s side in his maiden season, he made his top-flight debut at the end of that term. Since then, the star has been a part of the senior team.