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Naylor To Sign For Celtic Today

Lee Naylor will complete his long talked about transfer to Parkhead later today

The fee of 600,000 includes Charlie Mulgrew travelling in the opposite direction, joining Mick McCarthy`s golden revolution at Molineux.

Lee played 31 games, with 24 appearances as sub, scoring 9 goals in a Wolves career spanning 10 seasons.

During that time he represented England at u18 and u21 level and in 2001 was voted Supporters Player Of The Year and Members Player Of The Year.

An integral part of the Wolves defence for several seasons, Lee has gained many admirers within the game both south and north of the border, where Gordon Strachan now hopes to reap the benefit of his years of hard work.

Good luck at Celtic Lee. You`ve served the club well.




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Date:Thursday August 24 2006

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