Louis Tomlinson to charge Doncaster Rovers fans £250 for selfies

 Louis Tomlinson of One Direction looks on from the sideline during the ANZAC Test match between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Eden Park on April 20, 2012
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One Direction singer and Doncaster Rovers co-owner Louis Tomlinson will charge the club's fans £250 to take a selfie with him.

Louis Tomlinson has revealed that he will raise funds for Doncaster Rovers by charging fans to have a selfie taken with him.

The One Direction singer completed his takeover at the League One side last week, and is aiming to raise £2m to fund a push for promotion to the Premier League.

According to the Sunday People, the 22-year-old will charge supporters £250 to take their photo with the popstar ahead of the club's matches next season, a move which he hopes will raise over £100,000.

Fans can also become a mascot for £200, take part in a half-time free kick challenge for £300, while £12,000 will buy a place in Tomlinson's VIP box with a chance to meet the singer and get his autograph.

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