La Liga high-flyers Celta Vigo appear to have secured the signature of Evian winger Daniel Wass, according to L’Equipe.
The Danish footballer long ago expressed his desire to leave les Roses for greener pastures, and with the club also suffering relegation to the second tier, it soon became clear that his wish will be granted.
L’Equipe has learned that Wass ultimately decided to join Celta Vigo after visiting the Spanish club with his wife, agreeing a five-year deal worth €750,000 per season.
Meanwhile, the Sky Blues will splash out around €2.7 million in transfer fee, with former club Benfica entitled to 15 percent of the figure.
Daniel Wass, 26, joined Evian as a right-sided defender, but he was eventually converted to winger by coach Pascal Dupraz.
As a result, the Denmark international went on to score 27 goals in 146 league appearances for les Roses, but he couldn’t help the team avoid the drop last term.