Monaco loanee Ruben Vinagre put in some outstanding performances as Wolverhampton Wanderers returned to the Premier League last season
If Wolverhampton Wanderers keep Ruben Vinagre at Molineux, Leeds United should ask about a loan.
Ruben Vinagre has not been seen in the Championship for three months with Wolverhampton Wandereres preferring Barry Douglas at left-back.
Ruben Vinagre was expected to join Wolves permanently from Ligue 1 champions Monaco, before the Championship leaders rivalled Leeds United for De Bock.
Ruben Vinagre's fine form at Wolves has piqued the interest of Everton, Arsenal and Man City - but he could have been a United player by now.
Everton have been linked with Wolverhampton Wanderers loanee Ruben Vinagre and the Championship side's boss Nuno Espirito Santo.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers loanee is reportedly being eyed by Everton, Arsenal and Manchester United.
Vinagre gave the former Tottenham Hotspur defender plenty to think about as Wolverhampton Wanderers exited the Carabao Cup at the hands of Manchester City.
Arsenal have tracked Monaco lonaee Vinagre since 2016 - and are now set to challenge Premier League rivals Everton for the Wolves youngster.
Monaco loanee Ruben Vinagre is understood to be on the radar of a number of Premier League clubs after an excellent start at Wolverhampton Wanderers.