The website claims Forest, Derby, Brentford, Reading and Queens Park Rangers have each spoken to the 20-year-old, whose Manchester United contract expired last month.
However, it adds the quintet have 'balked' at United's request for a £500,000 compensation pay-out, with discussions to extend his Old Trafford stay still ongoing.
Kehinde, who was a regular in Manchester United's Under-23 side last season, is also said to be interesting clubs in Spain, Austria, France, Turkey, Sweden, Norway and the Netherlands - none of whom would be required to pay as much for the versatile midfielder.
And All Nigeria Soccer reports United have ruled out a loan for Kehinde if he does agree to remain a Red Devil.
The respective Nottingham Forest and Derby mangers, Aitor Karanka and Frank Lampard, enjoy a healthy relationship with Jose Mourinho, having worked with the Manchester United boss at previous clubs.
Would Kehinde be a good signing for Nottingham Forest or Derby County?