Sundowns have reported that they are close to landing the signature of former Arsenal striker Christopher Wreh.
The Brazilians announced on their official website that the 28-year-old, who also had stints in France with Monaco and Greece with AEK Athens, has been training with them at Chloorkop for a couple of weeks now.
The Liberian international, a cousin of former World Player of the Year George Weah, has impressed during his time in South Africa and could well run out at Loftus next season.
It would be a major transfer coup for Downs, who have endured a disappointing campaign.
After challenging for honours earlier this season, they suffered a horror run earlier in the year and are currently fighting hard to finish inside the Top Eight.
Wrehs immanent arrival follows closely on the news that Argentinean Oscar Luis Fullone will be in the coaching hot seat next season.