The 21-year-old already has fellow Championship sides Sunderland, Bristol City, Huddersfield and Blackpool tracking him.
Sunderland and Huddersfield both had bids of around £500,000 – plus add-ons – rejected by Wimbledon at the end of last week.
Rudoni scored 12 goals and recorded five assists last season, despite the Dons’ campaign ending in relegation to League Two.
Luton fell to Championship play-off semi-final defeat against Huddersfield last season.
His sale would smash the club’s record transfer fee – £300,000 received from Wrexham for Ollie Palmer last winter.
Attacking midfielder Rudoni, who has recorded more than 100 appearances for the South Londoners, was absent from Wimbledon’s 2-0 friendly win against non-league side Bedford Town on Saturday.
We reported during the week that the Dons are one of the clubs interested in signing former Millwall striker John Marquis.
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