Daniel Wass is a professional Danish footballer who currently plays for the Spanish club Celta de Vigo in La Liga. The 28-year-old right winger is married and shares 2 daughters with his wife Mie Wass. Daniel Wass got professional in 2007 after joining Brøndby in Danish Superliga and till date, with his playing career, Daniel is estimated to have earned the net worth of $2 million.
Curious to know about his career earnings and properties? We do have detail about his income, salary and net worth, let's know.
Daniel prior getting professional played for youth team of BK Avarta and Brøndby, and after being selected to play in the Brøndby senior team, he made his debut in 2007 season. Even though no detail of his earnings in his career struggle is reported, Daniel's market value was reported to be $313,938.
Later in 2009, Daniel was loaned out to Fredrikstad, by his then-manager Kent Nielsen to provide him further developing opportunities. The loan transfer amount or his salary is not disclosed, probably he got a good pay for his play as his market value increased to $1255752.
After playing for 2 seasons, he made his move to Benfica after the end of the loan tenure.
On 20 May 2011, Daniel signed a 5-year-contract with Benfica with a free transfer but soon after that, on July 22, he was loaned out to Evian Thonon Gaillard F.C. At that time, Daniel's market value reached over $3.13 million.
Sadly, the loan amount is not out yet, but with his impressive gameplay, Daniel was permanently signed by Evian on June 20, 2012, paying the transfer fee of $3.09 million. No strong reports of his salary in Evian are out, but it is estimated that he enjoyed the average salary around $800,000 and played till 2014.
By 2014, Daniel's net worth reached nearly $1 million.
After playing for Evian till 2015, Daniel joined Celta de Vigo on June 22, 2015, after Celta was paid a transfer fee of $3.7 million, though his market value at that time was $6.28 million.
Have a look at a video of career highlights of Daniel in Celta de Vigo.
The four-year-contract with Celta de Vigo paid him an annual salary of $1. 4 million in 2015 and $1.5 million in 2016. His increment in his salary raised his net worth to $1.5 million in 2016.
As of 2017, Daniel's net worth was reported to be $2 million, as he enjoyed the salary of $1.96 million. And talking about his endorsements, Daniel supports CrossFit, a branded fitness regimen. Though his payment detail is undisclosed.
Well, Daniel has not opened up about his house, but the Danish footballer along with his wife and daughters lives in his home in Spain. Also, he has a Mercedez which was gifted to him by his former team Brøndby.
Have a look at his wife, Mie washing the car, which he captioned "Også på tide konen laver lidt @miewass #bilvask #komigang" translated as "Also on time the woman does a little @miewass #bilvask #komigang."
Even if his salary is less than that of his teammate Iago Aspas who earns $3.02 million annually, but Daniel's salary is more than that of the Danish player and his teammate Pione Sisto who earns $1.5 million and enjoys a net worth of $1.1 million.
Well, with the rising fame and demand of Daniel, his net worth is likely to increase after the 2018 season. The Danish National Football team player, Daniel's market value as of 2018 is reportedly $21.65 million which is a vast increment compared to his market value in 2015. Over the period of 3 years, the value has increased by 3 times.
In 2018, Daniel's net worth is estimated to increase by 50% reaching nearly $3 million with his due contract with Celta till 2019. His release clause with Celta is reported to be $45.53 million.
Even though no reports of Denmark's squad for FIFA Worldcup 2018 is out yet, Daniel has got a prominent chance of playing in the world cup.
Stay tuned to know about Daniel's next move and let's wish him and his happy family.