Danish utility star would consider January exit - Should Chelsea or Liverpool swoop?

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Daniel Wass has admitted he could leave Evian-Thonon this winter.

Daniel Wass may not have been a player who attracted to much attention over the years, but his quiet form for French side Evian Thonon has slowly, but surely, earned him potential suitors.

It is reported that Jose Mourinho is a fan of the Danish international while Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is also keeping tabs on his progress.

It comes after the wide-man made an excellent start to the campaign. He has scored four goals and assisted one for Evian this season.

Wass is something of a utility player. He can play at both left-back and right-back - while recently he has found himself out on the wing.

His previous big move, from Brondby to Benfica in 2011, did not work out for him - as he did not play a single league game for the Portuguese side.

But he appears to be finding his feet in France.

His versatility would certainly suit both Mourinho and Rodgers. Both enjoy their players to have a flexibility to their game. Wass certainly provides that - and he has now made it clear he could consider a move.

He has told France Football that he would consider a move away from the club this January should somebody meet the demands his club have of him.

"My head is still in Evian but if you offer me a departure in January, I will not say no. I want to progress and prove my abilities at a higher level. But a club has to be interested to meet the requirements that Evian have.”

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