The Manipuri winger is set to sport the white of Kashmir as he leaves Chennaiyin FC after six years, confirms IFTWC.
The former Bengaluru FC man was one of the last buys for the Snow Leopards as they sprung to get him after he was not signed by any ISL clubs.
The Srinagar-based side has had a busy transfer window as they aim for their maiden I-League title.
Thoi boasts of a large collection of trophies, having won the Indian Super League twice, the I-League twice, the Federation Cup, and the Durand Cup.
His wealth of experience will help the youngsters at his new club, which looks to ameliorate their performance at the I-League after going within touching distance of the title. Kashmir finished in the top 4 in all three of their outings in the tournament but failed to reach the top of the table.
With some exciting new overseas and Indian signings at his disposal, David Robertson and his charges will go all out to mount the title charge.
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