Wilson set for move to Championship side

PUBLISHED: 15:50 04 July 2012 | UPDATED: 15:56 04 July 2012

Lawrie Wilson. Photo: Alan Millard.

Lawrie Wilson. Photo: Alan Millard.

Stevenage have been in talks with Peterborough United and ‘one other’ team about winger’s sale

Lawrie Wilson is set for a move to the Championship - with Peterborough United one of two clubs to have tabled a bid for the winger.

The Comet revealed earlier today on Twitter that Gary Smith said Boro had been ‘in conversation with Peterborough and one or two teams’, and since then the club has officially said that they expect their valuation will be met and that Wilson is likely to leave the club.

Wilson joined Stevenage in 2007 from Colchester United and is equally comfortable at right-back or on the right wing.

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