Melbourne Victory confirmed on Wednesday Rojas has set off to Holland to undertake a medical with who is reported to be Heerenveen. 

If the deal goes through it will be Rojas' second stint in Europe, with his first venture to the continent in 2013 ending in disappointment. 

After signing with Stuttgart from Melbourne Victory, Rojas never featured for the senior side, instead loaned out to Greuther Furth and FC Thun. 

Rojas returned to Melbourne Victory at the start of the 2016/17 season, helping the side reach the A-League Grand Final with 12 goals and 11 assists.

However, despite the 25-year-old's red-hot during the start of the season, Rojas missed a penalty in the shoot-out, which saw Sydney FC claim the Championship. 

"I can’t thank everyone at Melbourne Victory enough," said Rojas.

"They showed great faith in me after a difficult few years in Europe and really helped me to get my career back on track.

"I would absolutely have no hesitation returning to Melbourne Victory in the future. The club is very important to me and has been nothing but professional during both my spells in Melbourne.

"But right now I’m focused on proving myself at the top level and I’m excited to be heading back to Europe.”

The move is a big blow for Victory, who have also lost James Troisi, Fahid Ben Khalfallah, Daniel Georgievski and Alan Baro in the off-season - all of whom started in the Grand Final. 

"We want to assure our members and fans that we've tried very, very hard to keep Marco at Melbourne Victory, but ultimately it was something he felt compelled to pursue and we can't begrudge him that," said head coach Kevin Muscat.

"Marco is a pleasure to coach, and, while we’ll be sad if he goes, we understand his decision and wish him well."