The star winger shot to fame this season after making more than 30 appearances for Swansea, scoring four times and setting up seven others.
Pogba has been criticised for his inconsistent performances at Old Trafford and could be allowed to leave.
According to ESPN, Red Devils boss Solskjaer rejected the chance to discuss a move with Bale. The option would be very attractive for any footballer because Guardiola's men have just lifted the Premier League and will play in the Champions League once again next season.
The Seagulls, who this summer replaced Chris Hughton with Graham Potter, would like to keep the long-serving star but would find a big-money offer hard to refuse, while Dunk himself would also be keen to make the move.
Bale is thought to be a long-term United target, with transfer bigwig Ed Woodward keeping tabs on him for several years.
Tottenham and West Ham want Ceballos, Real Sociedad are eyeing Mayoral and Ajax and Bayer Leverkusen are interested in signing Odegaard.
After Denmark's 5-1 victory over Georgia this week, Ekstra Bladet say Eriksen wanted to take a step back, unwilling to give any more transfer talk: "The focus is on vacation, and I've said what needed to be said..."
The La Liga side are thought to be extremely keen to sign the Frenchman, who is equally open to a move to Spain this summer. Once the most expensive player in football history, Pogba has shown glimpses of the magic that he used to rise to stardom at Juventus, but never quite found the consistency in his game to change Manchester United's fortunes completely.