Rohit who started his career in Indonesia with a trial in Arema FC later joined ISL side PSPS Pekanbaru for 5 months and later moved to Persija Jakarta on a top tier league before he trained almost for two months with Danish Superliga side FCV Vikings.
Chand departed to Indonesia today and upon his arrival he will be signing a contract there. He has been chased by three different Indonesia Super League side.
The ISL will now be intensified with involvement of 22 different clubs jointly from super League and Premier League.
Rohit Chand started his professional career with Machhindra FC where he played for a season before moving to Hul FC, Indian side.
Rohit Chand is the youngest Nepalese International to wear an arm band for a Nepalese club as he lead Machhindra FC for half season as a captain.