Sterling is the latest Tottenham Hotspur youngster to leave the club on loan.
Sterling has signed a season-long deal with Rovers, having spent the second half of last season at Sunderland.
The 20-year-old excelled in Tottenham's youth teams and was crowned the Premier League 2 player of the month for January.
But he struggled for opportunities at Sunderland and thus failed to live up to his promising reputation.
And with Doncaster having recently lost last season's top scorer John Marquis to Portsmouth for £2 million, questions are being raised about the whereabouts of that money.
This is what those of a Rovers persuasion are saying about Sterling's move...
Where’s the f**k*** £ for £ striker ffs— Richard (@Ricardos54) August 16, 2019
Wheres the 2 mil?— Cameron (@CameronRowe123) August 16, 2019
So boards took all the money the transfer money AGAiN! Our board filling there pockets... knobs— Charlie Charnock (@Charli3Charnock) August 16, 2019
Good player, summet wrong with us and loans. This 2m marquis money where’s that going....— Joe hilton (@JoeWh_17) August 16, 2019
@drfc_official Sterling will help but as usual it's a loan and still not a penny spent.— John Howarth (@donnyjon01) August 16, 2019
Loan fc— Rhys (@RhysDRFC) August 16, 2019
Yet another loan signing then. Let’s hope he does well, in which case we’ll never see him again after this season.— Jonathan Foster (@JonathanDRFC) August 16, 2019
Sterling is the latest Tottenham youngster to leave for an English Football League club this summer, after Luke Amos (Queens Park Rangers), Jack Clarke (Leeds United) and Cameron Carter-Vickers (Stoke City).
Will the Tottenham loanee appease the Rovers fanbase this season?
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