Laurens de Bock and his representatives need to be getting busy soon, according to claims coming from Belgium.

The Leeds United player is spending the current season on loan at KV Oostende but despite the drop down in level he’s not been able to shine in his home country.

De Bock has been on and off the bench during the current campaign and for the past four league matches he’s been glued to it.

As Oostende look to make plans ahead of next season, signing the player from Leeds, or even keeping him on loan longer, isn’t on the agenda.

Voetbal Belgie report the 26 year old ‘has to find a new club’, and that Leeds United hope to recover the €1.7m they paid to Club Brugge for him. However, they say there’s been no sign of the player being worth such an amount, which would be hefty for most Belgian clubs.

Voetbal Krant also say that Oostende won’t be keeping the player, who is ‘too expensive’ for them.