Leeds United defender Laurens De Bock seals new move
Leeds United defender Laurens De Bock is back on the move.
De Bock signed for Leeds from Club Brugge when joining the club on a four and a half year deal back in January 2018 for around £1.5m.
The Belgian full back failed to establish himself as a first team regular and loan spells at Oostende, Sunderland, ADO Den Haag and Zulte Waregem have since followed.
De Bock had a loan spell with Waregem last season and the 28-year-old has now re-joined the Belgian Jupiler Pro League side on loan until the end of next season.
The left back has featured just seven times for Leeds and his contract at United runs out next summer.
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Thank you Laura Collins