Sunderland are looking to sign former Spurs midfielder Sandro, according to The Mirror.
Sam Allardyce has rejoined the side he once played for as manager, and has not had many success so far, with the side currently sitting deep into the relegation zone.
The Black Cats seem to be missing vital Premier League experience throughout all departments of the squad, and will get just that if the signing of the 26-year-old is secured.
The Defensive midfielder, who has made 17 caps for the Brazilian national team, has made 21 appearances for The Hoops, with his playing time being massively affected with a spell of injuries.
Sandro was left out of the squad’s crucial affair with Hull City on New Years Day, in order to avoid further injury with the West London outfit are reportedly looking to offload the former Internacional man.
Sunderland are also looking to further relieve QPR of their heavy wage bill, in bringing in former Cardiff captain Steven Caulker, but the transfer remains hopeful due to his current loan spell at Southampton.
Rangers face off against against Nottingham Forest in the Third round of the FA Cup on Saturday, and will surely look to get a good result and kick off a lengthy run in England’s oldest competition.