There were many opinions that Rohit Chand might leave Persija Jakarta because he did not participate in the training conducted last month. However, this issue of Chand not returning to the training was later thrown aside by the chairman of the Jakarta Club, Mohamad Prapanca.
Persija Jakarta’s foreign midfielder Rohit Chand has not yet joined the Kemayoran Tigers training. He is still in his native Nepal because there are no international flights to Indonesia. In addition, the Nepalese government has implemented lockdown measures to reduce the spread of Covid-19.
The mystery of Rohit Chand’s future in Persija Jakarta gradually became clear. Agent Ratna Mustika recently revealed that Rohit is about to fly to Jakarta. So far, the two foreign recruits in Jakarta have not strengthened it. In addition to Rohit Chand, Marco Motta also mentioned that his future remains the same. Not long ago, Rohit announced that Persija was processing tickets to Jakarta.
Until now, the player from Nepal has not shown his face in Persija’s training. There is news that Rohit is about to go to the Persija exit. However, president Mustika strongly denies this.
The lady (agent) who is also a doctor estimates Rohit will go to Jakarta next week. Ratner said: “Maybe there will be an international flight next week.” Familiarly called Dr. Tikka often communicates with Persija Jakarta’s management to discuss Chand’s obstacles.
“Yes, there are flights from Nepal to Indonesia. Rohit has tested PCR and is still waiting for the results,” Ratna Mustika commented on Instagram account.
Rohit Chand for Persija Jakarta
“Chand actually can’t wait to return to Jakarta to join other players. However, technically speaking, the flight was restricted by Nepal’s lockdown,” president of Persija Prapanca said on Persija’s official website.
Rohit Chand has been playing for the capital’s club since 2013. His peak form for Jakarta was in 2018 when he was chosen as the best player of Liga 1. Persija were the champions of Indonesia in the same league season.
28 years old was back to his country Nepal because the Indonesian league was suspended due to corona-virus spread.