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Royals linked with Belgian youngster



Reading are chasing highly-rated Belgium youngster Laurens De Bock, according to talkSPORT.

The 20-year old is currently playing for Belgian Premier division side Lokoron, but has plenty of admirers around the globe. talkSPORT claim that West Brom are currently leading the chase for Laurens, but there in also interest from Wolves, Stoke and Dutch giants Ajax.

The young star, who primarily plays a left back, was called up to the Belgian national team for the first time last week, having played at every youth level. Brian McDermott could be keen to bring in some young talent at left back, with Shorey and Ian Harte not getting any younger.

Wiki page: Laurens De Bock

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Date:Tuesday November 20 2012

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Can we sign some belgian and not miss out like Hazard and Fellaini.
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