The Sun claims the “super rich” Kirchner flew to the Midlands in his private jet to lead the Rams as news of his interest broke earlier overnight.
It is reported that Kirchner wants to deal with the EFL and appeal on point penalties.
Kirchner looks set to pass “fit and quality” tests and the Sun adds that it has millions behind its offer.
The reported cost of the deal is £ 50million, which will remove the club from administration and also buy the stadium from former owner Mel Morris.
If the deal is done before January, Kirchner is expected to give Wayne Rooney transfer funds to help strengthen the squad in January.
Breaking his silence on the deal in an open letter to supporters tonight, Kirchner wrote: “As an entrepreneur, I am committed to building businesses and I want to apply this experience to rebuilding this proud and wealthy club. in history.
“This challenge is one that I don’t take lightly, but it’s something that I look forward to – and I know we can succeed – if we work together.
“Football (or football as I knew it growing up, but I’ve learned to correct that over time) has been a part of my life since I learned to walk. My father introduced me to the game (football as he called it growing up in South America) at a very young age and I have spent most of my life playing the sport.
“My love for football hasn’t changed over the years, and I’ve been involved as a fan throughout my adult life.
“To be lucky enough to buy a club as prestigious as Derby County is a childhood dream come true. “