Celta Vigo midfielder Dani Wass has admitted he wants to leave the club this summer ‘to play in the Champions League’.
The Danish midfielder’s contract at Balaidos expires in June 2019 and despite his release clause standing at €25m, reports suggest he could be sold for half that amount due to his contractual situation with Valencia reportedly leading the race.
“I think something exciting will happen for me this summer,” Wass is cited as saying by Marca.
“I have been at Celta for three years and I can now see myself playing in the Champions League somewhere else…at an important club.
“My ambition is to be playing in European competition every season and if possible, that would be in the Champions League.
“My contract ends this summer and if the club wants to make money on me, this is their opportunity.”
The 28-year-old has made 130 appearances at Celta following a 2015 moves from French club Evian, while he has previously stated he wants to retire at Brondby.