Clayton Keller wants more transparency from Arizona Coyotes

Clayton Keller wants more transparency from Arizona Coyotes< /p> UPDATE DAY

Logan Cooley has indicated he will spend another season with the University of Minnesota rather than join the Arizona Coyotes. Young Clayton Keller wants more transparency from the organization. 

Since plans for a new arena in Tempe were defeated in a referendum, the future of the Coyotes is unclear and the young star wants to know where he is going.

According to what revealed the informant Elliotte Friedman, there was a meeting between the management of the club and Keller's agent last week to discuss the future of the franchise.

According to Friedman, the 24-year-old right-winger has not requested a trade at this time.


Still, Keller could be the subject of offseason speculation and this meeting should be a red flag for the Coyotes.

These began to liquidate players who wanted to leave by sending Jakob Chychrun to the Ottawa Senators when he asked to be traded. We can imagine a similar scenario in the case of Keller.

According to the CapFriendly website, Keller's contract is valid for another four years with an average annual value of $7.15 million. A no-move clause is added to the deal effective July 1.

Keller has rebounded dramatically this season after a serious leg injury ended his season early 2021-2022. He was the Coyotes' candidate for the Masterton Trophy with his career-high 37 goals and 49 assists for a total of 86 points, which allowed him to tie the team record compiled by Keith Tkachuk.