Reghba, 19, has remarkably played one senior game for Bohemians and scored twice against St Pat's Athletic, underlining his huge quality.
The teenager is being touted for a huge future having also scored in the UEFA Youth League, with the centre forward potentially on the move soon.
The Sun recently noted that Reghba was undergoing a three-week trial spell with Middlesbrough, but Leeds United were also preparing their own move for the teenager.
Now though, any Leeds hopes of a deal this month may be fading, after Reghba appeared for the Leicester Under-23's earlier this week.
The striker started in a 1-0 win over Everton before being substituted in the second half, with Leicester now seemingly considering a deal to sign him.
If Leeds still want Reghba – who can play for Ireland or Algeria – then they may need to move quickly, with Leicester now positioning themselves at the front of the queue for the youngster's signature.