The former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder has been linked with a loan move away from Loftus Road this summer.
The Brazilian has found himself in limbo over administration issues after the Home Office declared he did not have a work permit last season and ordered Queens Park Rangers to stop selecting him.
The 26-year old returned to Brazil on holiday and is unable to play until he receives a working visa. The R's sponsor licence has been suspended, however, pending a Home Office investigation, so his wait could be a long one,
A compromise now appears to have been considered, with Sandro being allowed to return to his homeland on loan, enabling him to play football next season.
His latest tweet - a reply to former Tottenham Hotspur colleague Gareth Bale - was slightly cryptic in nature, but one which suggests a development in his situation should be arriving imminently.
@GarethBale11 thanks bro .. Everything is gonna be better soon... Take kare— Sandro Raniere (@sandroraniere) July 16, 2015
The reported loan deal is said to include an option to buy and if true, would represent a strange move for the Brazil International.
At 26-years old, Sandro still has plenty to offer European football and at the peak of his Spurs career - a club he spent four years with, making close to 100 appearances - was one of the most commanding midfielders in the game.
His injury woes have always prevented a full successful campaign, however, and a stint back in his homeland may be just what the doctor ordered, as he looks to get his career back on track.