De Bock has not played for Leeds United in approaching 18 months.
The Leeds United left-back, Laurens de Bock, finally appears to be on his way out of Elland Road.
De Bock has been strongly linked with a move to Aris Thessaloniki in recent weeks, and was even pictured in Greece.
Confirmation of his move has yet to arrive, but could now be imminent, according reports in his native Belgium.
HLN claims De Bock is set to commence his career with Aris, whom he will join on a 'rental basis'.
But the newspaper adds that a purchase option has also been negotiated with Leeds, where the 26-year-old is under contract until 2022.
De Bock has only played seven times for the Whites - and not since March 2018, spending last season on loan to Oostende.
HLN reported earlier this month that De Bock's permanent transfer could cost Aris £460,000.
Although the transfer deadline for clubs in England's top two divisions passed on Thursday, the window remains open for much of Europe.
As such, it may be that De Bock is not the last player who leaves Leeds before the start of September.
Who else should Leeds be looking to get rid of?
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