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Laurens De Bock leaves Leeds United on loan

Laurens De Bock leaves Leeds United on loan

Leeds United announce that defender Laurens De Bock has signed a season-long loan deal with KV Oostende.

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Last Updated: Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at 17:04 UK

Leeds United have announced that Laurens De Bock has moved to KV Oostende on a season-long loan deal.

De Bock left Club Brugge to sign for the Yorkshire giants in January, but the 25-year-old went on to make just seven starts in the Championship.

The signing of Barry Douglas from Wolverhampton Wanderers has pushed De Bock down the pecking order at Elland Road, and it has resulted in the player being allowed to go out on loan.

De Bock has made over 150 appearances for Lokeren and Club Brugge, and the full-back will hope to build on that after securing a return to his homeland.

Leeds have also allowed Yosuke Ideguchi to complete a temporary transfer to Greuther Furth.

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