His former manager at Bury - Alan Knill - would also like to take him to Scunthorpe for the season, whilst the Shakers are still hopeful he could return to Gigg Lane.
Ajose's agent Peter Morrison of James Grant Sports refused to name any specific clubs, but admitted the interest was growing all the time.
"We've had a lot of interest," Morrison told skysports.com.
"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."