The Millers striker moves out on loan...
Jonson Clarke-Harris has joined Sky Bet League One side Doncaster Rovers on a youth loan.
Clarke-Harris joins Paul Dickov’s Rovers in order to attain regular first-team football after a similar loan spell recently at fellow League One side Milton Keynes Dons.
“Jono is a young man who we believe has a big future with the Milers but at the same time he has such a burning desire to play first team football and this short term move to Doncaster Rovers, a club I wholly respect, should allow that to happen,” boss Steve Evans told www.themillers.co.uk
“Since coming back from his previous loan move the lad has spoken to me on a number of occasions about having a desire to be playing regularly on a Saturday afternoon and I can do nothing but respect that.
“He will add power, pace, strength and hopefully goals to a Rovers team that have enjoyed a good season led by my good friend Paul Dickov.
“I have allowed the loan deal to run to a date that would include the end of season Play-offs in the event that Doncaster Rovers are successful in reaching them, however the supporters should know that I have insisted that there will be a recall notice inserted into the agreement after the initial 28 day period. In summary the player can be recalled at a minutes' notice after the 28 day notice.”