KickOff.com has already spotted the towering striker at Wits and upon further enquiries it has been revealed that a decision on the 31-year-old will be made at the end of the week.
Though born in England, Agyemang has his roots in Ghana for whom he has been capped twice, and has played most of his football in the English lower divisions, starting off at Wimbledon before moving to Brentford, Gillingham, Preston North End, QPR, Bristol City, Millwall and Stevenage.
He was part of the QPR team that won promotion back to the Premier League during the 2010/11 season, but only went on to play just two games in the Premier League before going out on loan to Millwall.
His contract with QPR was not renewed upon its expiry in June.
Though not a predatory scorer, Agyemang is a targetman who feeds mobile players very well and with Wits having Calvin Kadi, Robin Ngalande and Ryan Chapman, he could be a wise signing.
Wits also have Nigerian striker Yero Bello – who recently also tried his luck at Orlando Pirates – also training, but he will not be signed as he has not been convincing.