The Dane has barely played for the mattress club, although he was having a good preseason
Just a few hours before the start of LaLiga, Daniel Wass He has decided to leave Atlético de Madrid and is heading to his home country, Denmark, to sign for Brondby, who offer him a guaranteed three-year contract. This is what the Danish press says. Wass, signed on his day from Valencia CF by Atleti, puts an end to his Spanish stage. The Dane, who was a player appreciated by the club and by the dressing room, had been weighing the possibility of leaving the mattress club for some time and now an offer has arrived that he considers good and is willing to accept it. Wass’ departure is not due to sporting or economic reasons, but to the player’s personal desire and to issues related to his family. It was known at the club, the player transferred his will and Atlético has helped him find the best way out for the parties.
Wass is already in Denmark to sign for Brondby
Wass is already in his country, he is ready to pass the mandatory medical check-up and if everything goes according to plan, he will cease to be an Atlético player in the next few hours. Wass’ departure will free up some payroll, though he won’t make a significant dent, as his salary was one of the lowest on the roster. As for the transfer amount, it will not be too high either. The player asked to leave for family reasons and Atleti, aware of the situation, has not put any kind of problem to make his wish come true.
Molina and Llorente, the only right-handed sides for Simeone
However, the departure of Wass “forces” the mattress planning to look for another player as a replacement in the market. Simeone, who was using Wass as a winger this preseason or even as an improvised central defender, is now left with just two players for the right-back position. Nahuel Molina, signed from Udinese, and Marcos Llorente, as an improvised winger, although Cholo wants to use him whenever he can as a midfielder. There is also the youth squad Sergio Díez, who has had a good preseason and is to the liking of Choolo. It remains to be seen if Atleti will stay as they are or if they will look for another profile in the remainder of the market. There is time, until September 1, to find another piece.
GOAL News: Arias’ contract was terminated a few days ago
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