The 33-year-old striker has been handed improved terms by manager Neal Ardley after a superb season that saw him collect two club awards.
He scored the winner to knock Milton Keynes out of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy and made international headlines by netting in the FA Cup defeat to Liverpool.
Ardley is busy planning for next season and has decided not to hang onto Ross Worner, Jack Smith, Mark Phillips and Alfie Potter.
Long-serving midfielder Sammy Moore will also be leaving by mutual consent following discussions with the Dons boss earlier this week.
Akinfenwa remains very much part of Ardley’s plans for next term having plundered 15 goals in 2014-15 but the Wimbledon manager admits there’s a chance the player could leave.
He told Dons Player: ““It is a difficult time with players being out of contract and we have to decide whether we are going to offer new deals to players or not.
“Bayo Akinfenwa has been offered new and improved terms.
“We’d love Bayo to stay and accept those terms but obviously he’s got to go away and think about things.”
Akinfenwa snubbed a new deal at Gillingham to move to Kingsmeadow last summer to sign for the Dons on what was thought to be a two-year contract.
The big striker has always spoken of a 24-month project at Wimbledon but last month admitted disappointment at the club’s failure to land a play-off spot in League Two.
He said: “In house we’re a little bit disappointed because we felt we could’ve done a lot better this season. There were games where we dropped points when we felt we shouldn’t have done.
“I did say when I came here that it was always going to be a two-year project here and as long as we’re moving forward then you’ve got to take the positives.”
It has been a marathon not a sprint for the Beast this term, making a staggering 52 appearances in his first year as a Dons player.
He’s got a busy post-season schedule, touring the US to promote his brand, with a TV appearance in New York just one of his commitments this summer.
He told us recently: “I’m heading to Miami, Vegas, Atlanta and Houston and there’s a little stop over in New York for a TV appearances.
“FIFA promotion work starts in June or July so it’ll be busy.”