Doncaster Rovers manager, Darren Moore has said that Tottenham Hotspur striker Kazaiah Sterling will undergo a scan this week in order to determine whether he is fit enough to return to the club to complete his loan spell.
Sterling has not made an appearance since he suffered a dead leg in early September. While the injury wasn’t thought to be serious at the time, it has since led to complications forcing the youngster to return back to Spurs to continue his rehabilitation.
Spurs are seeking reassurance that the scan is clear before allowing him to return to the League One outfit. (Doncaster Free Press).
Speaking to BBC Radio Sheffield, Moore said: “I think it’ll (the scan) be at some point this week. It’s not until.. I think it’s on the 21st.
“So we’ll know more after that date and then we’ll be able to give you more on his progress and exactly where he’s at.”
Getting Sterling back would be a major boost for Doncaster with the youngster having made a great start to life the Keepmoat Stadium.
He has scored one goal and provided an assist for the League One side in the four games he featured during the campaign before becoming sidelined through injury (transfermarkt.com).
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Hopefully, the scan doesn’t show up anything serious and Sterling can return to Doncaster to complete the loan. At 21 years of age, he really should be playing regular football in order to continue his development. However, at this point, the chances of Sterling breaking into the Spurs first team seem extremely slim.
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