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Daniel is a Danish professional footballer who plays for Atlético Madrid of La Liga and the Denmark national team. He is one of the versatile players and can play as a left-back, right-back, midfielder, and attacking midfielder.
|Date Of Birth
|31 May 1989
|32 years old
|5 ft 11 in
|2.7 million Euro
Daniel Wass Early Life
Daniel was born on May 31, 1989, in Gladsaxe, Denmark. He is the son of Bent Wass, a father. Daniel’s zodiac sign is Gemini, and he is presently 32 years of age. Daniel weighs 74 kg and stands 5 ft 11 in height in his body.
For most of his childhood, he played for BK Avarta, a Copenhagen suburb team, but was analyzed by Brøndby in 2006 and switched clubs immediately. After playing for the club’s youth levels, Daniel Wass joined the main team.
Daniel Wass Career
He debuted for the Brøndby Danish Superliga team in the 2007–08 season by then-manager Tom Køhlert. Unfortunately, Daniel played half of the matches that season due to injury.
However, he earned a starting spot as a right defender after returning from injury in the 2008–09 season.
As a result, Daniel appeared in 28 of Brøndby’s possible 33 games and assisted the team to third place in the Superliga, their highest finish since second place in the 2005–06 season.
Brøndby manager Kent Nielsen believed Daniel Wass should spend more time developing at another club. Thus, the club loaned him to Fredrikstad, a medal-winning Norwegian team.
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Daniel made his debut in a 4–1 loss to Rosenborg on August 21, 2009, and Daniel played the entire 90 minutes over Lyn on November 1, 2009.
When the board of Fredrikstad FK hired a new manager, however, new coach Tom Nordlie warned him that an offensive right-back was not in his plans.
Hence, Daniel only got three games before being sent back to Brøndby in December 2009. Despite this, he played more games for Brøndby over the remainder of the 2009–10 season, solidifying his place in the starting eleven.
The 2010–11 season demonstrated his importance for the Brøndby squad when he was selected as a first-choice right-back for the first 19 games.
However, during the three-month winter break in the Superliga between December and March, Daniel informed he’d not be renewing his contract with Brøndby in February.
On May 20, 2011, Daniel revealed that he had signed a five-year contract with Benfica. Thus, he was loaned out to Evian Thonon Gaillard F.C. on July 22, 2011, without appearing in any official Benfica games.
After moving there, he joined fellow Danish Stephan Andersen, Christian Poulsen, and Thomas Kahlenberg at Evian.
Under the management of Casoni, he struggled to get into the first squad at the start of the season, and it took him almost three months to make his Evian debut.
Finally, Daniel made his debut on October 15, playing right midfield and impacting as he assisted on a goal in a 2–1 loss to Saint-Étienne. After his debut, he scored three goals against Lorient, Rennes, and Toulouse.
Eventually, he booked a place in the first team, especially being left-back under the new coach Pablo Correa, who succeeded Casoni. Daniel Wass scored four goals and some beautiful assists in his first season at Evian.
He signed a permanent contract with Evian on June 20, 2012, for a €2.5 million transfer fee. Daniel scored a free kick in Evian’s season-opening game against Bordeaux on August 12, 2012, which finished in a 2–3 loss.
Daniel Wass played in various defensive and midfield roles like the previous season. In a 1–1 tie with Ajaccio on January 26, 2013, he scored another goal.
Daniel signed a four-year contract with Celta Vigo on June 22, 2015. He scored one goal in a 2–2 tie with Real Madrid and assisted.
He joined Valencia on a four-year contract on July 10, 2018. Recently, Daniel Wass signed a deal with Atlético Madrid until 2023 on January 27, 2022.
In 2011, Daniel made his international debut for Denmark against England. He was nominated to Denmark’s preliminary 35-man team for the 2018 World Cup in Russia in May 2018. Unfortunately, Daniel didn’t make the final 23.
Daniel Wass Personal Life
Daniel is married to Mie Wass, and together they have two daughters. However, his daughters’ identities are not available as of now. On the other hand, Daniel Wass is a proud husband and father beside his football career.
What Is Daniel Wass Net Worth?
Based on his current transfer to Atletico Madrid, it has been completed for 2.7 million euros plus add-ons following weeks of negotiations. Daniel is a utility player, so Daniel Wass may earn more than this in the coming days, relying on his performance.
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Meet Daniel Wass On Instagram
On Instagram, Daniel goes by the handle @danielwass18, and he has 280 posts, 118k followers, and 229 followings. He used to share posts about his personal and professional life.
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