Leeds United signed Laurens De Bock from Club Brugge in January 2018.

Six months later, Marcelo Bielsa arrived at Elland Road and the left-back found himself as the third choice player in his position, which prompted him to join KV Oostende on a season-long loan deal last summer.

The Belgian has so far made 18 appearances across all competitions, which includes two in the Jupiler League Playoff II.

He has not impressed with his displays, which won’t convince Oostende to make his temporary deal permanent in the summer, according to Voetbal 24.

The fullback will return to his parent club after the completion of his loan spell and it’s stated that De Bock ‘no longer has a future’ at Leeds, which is why he will have to find a new club in the summer.

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De Bock will have three years left on his contract after this campaign and the report explains the player ‘has never hid that he feels good enough’ for a top Belgian club.

Whether or not his dream will be fulfilled is to be seen, especially after struggling to impress this campaign at Oostende.