The simple answer is yes. You can add css to elements in QWeb reports so you can also add images in it for example.
You can do anything you'd like with CSS so just host an image somewhere and add an element to your report which you style as you'd like.
Update: Here is a sample.Place this under /addons/sale/views/report_saleorder.xml wherever you want the watermark to be printed.
<div class="watermark" style="position:absolute;opacity:0.25;font-size:3em;width:100%;text-align:center;z-index:1000;">
Example in the layout:
To include a watermark in every page of the generated PDF, you can modify either the CSS which is used in every page, or modify the general template to include the watermark. By default, I believe the CSS class is 'page', and the XML ID of the view creating the header for external PDFs is 'external_layout_header'
If desired, you can add a field for each object , say, 'watermark_content', and then use a t-if as above to display the content. Eg:
<div style="opacity:25%;width:100%;color:#CCC;z-index:1000;text-align:center;" t-field="o.watermark_content"/>
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