The forward overcame injury to help fire Bury into League 1 with 13 goals and his performances meant a host of Championship clubs began sniffing around the 19 year old.
In April Sky Sports reported the likes of Norwich, Leeds and Middlesbrough were all interested in taking him on loan next season and now it appears Millwall, Barnsley, Doncaster and newly-promoted Peterborough are looking at him as well as Scunthorpe, who are managed by Alan Knill who brought him at Bury.
Despite the growing interest there is no rush on any decision and Ajose’s agent Peter Morrison, along with Ajose himself and Manchester United will sit down and think through any possible move as he told Sky Sports‘ website
“We’ve had a lot of interest.
“There will certainly not be a shortage of opportunities for Nicky – which is not surprising given the season he has just had.
“Both Nicky and Manchester United are aware of everything that is going on.
“All parties will be sitting down in the next few weeks to decide what is best for Nicky and a decision will be made.”