German-born Ghanaian forward Ransford-Yeboah Konigsdorffer is inching closer to sealing a deal to German Bundesliga II side Hamburger SV.

The player has agreed personal terms with Hamburg whiles his current club Dynamo Dresden were haggling over a fee but an agreement has been reached.

According to reports in Germany, after an improved offer from Hamburger SV, Dynamo Dresden striker Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer is set to complete his switch to the Hanseatic city-state.

The ongoing negotiations to bring Dynamo Dresden striker Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer to 2. Bundesliga outfit Hamburger SV have reportedly reached a conclusion.

German tabloid Sport Bild reports that HSV sporting director Jonas Boldt has upped his offer by €350,000. Recently relegated Dresden are set to net €1.2 million for the player.

He has been in good form for his side and has been linked with moves to Hamburger and Bundesliga side Cologne FC among others but Hamburg lead the pack.

The 20 year old attacker has been a delight to watch in the lower tier German league causing a lot of clubs to cast admiring glances.

He scored five goals for Dynamo Dresden whiles he supplied five assists for his side in 32 matches.

Hamburg's pursuit of the Germany U21 international pushes the total transfer outlays of the second division side to just over €7 million this offseason.

The signing of loan players Mario Vuskovic (€3 million) and Miro Muheim  (€1.5 million) as well as the László Bénes capture ( €1.5 million) constitute a new record for a 2. Bundesliga side.

Boldt is evidently serious about ensuring that his former top tier mainstay--consigned to a fifth consecutive season in the second tier after coming up short in this year's promotion-relegation playoffs--will be well-stocked to finally return to the top flight.

The HSV became the last original Bundesliga team to ever get relegated following the 2017/18 campaign.