The Danish winger has been one of Ligue 1’s standout performers for much of 2014, with his performances for the midtable side having been consistently impressive.
Chelsea and Liverpool are just two of a host of clubs to have been linked with the 25-year-old, who has just 18 months remaining on his current contract.
An end of season sale while his value is still high has been mooted for some time, and Evian chief Dupraz has not revealed that Wass will be on the move next year:
“On June 30th, he will leave Evian to play somewhere else. Many great clubs are after him, I am proud to have been training him for four years.” He is quoted by the Daily Star.
The 11-time Denmark international is known for his versatility, with positions on both flanks at full-back and in a more advanced role known to be comfortable roles for him.