The winger was linked with the club yesterday and it now seems that a deal is progressing well. The report today suggests that Spurs' and Sandro's representatives have spoken over a deal - which will see him sign a four-and-half year deal at White Hart Lane.
The player now simply needs to confirm the transfer, but there is one stumble block still causing a hold up in the deal.
The delay is due to Tottenham Hotspur's refusal for a buy-back clause.
Barcelona have such clauses in place with Everton and Aston Villa for Gerard Deulofeu and Adama Traore respectively but Spurs are not keen on such a deal.
However they are now said to be opening up to the idea, but will want a discount on the current asking price for the talented attacker.
Spurs have just lost Clinton N'Jie to injury for three months and want another attacking option. Sandro is a Spanish Under-21 international who has played 18 times for Barca this season but not as a starting XI regular.