Ashley Vincent looks to have played his last game for Cheltenham with several clubs interested in his services.
The winger, who is a month away from returning after a knee injury, is out of contract at the end of the season but is set to secure a loan move with a view to a permanent switch.
The cash-strapped Robins are looking to cut their costs and it seems certain that Vincent will be on his way before he regains full fitness.
MK Dons are believed to be leading the race for his services, with Colchester and Brentford also credited with an interest.
Despite rejecting a new deal a few weeks ago, Vincent remains a Cheltenham player, but Allen told the club's official website: "We've had enquiries from several clubs.
"He's been told about the interest in him.
"We'll see how that evolves but it looks like he'll be leaving. He has got real pace and a scoring record of one in three this season.
"I wanted to keep him and tried to persuade him to stay but he turned down the new deal we offered him and he has the chance to earn more money by joining another club."