According to UK Sun report citing Spain's news channel Marca, Sevilla are keen to table a massive bid for the Frenchman, who is facing an uncertain future at Old Trafford after falling out with club's Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho.
Insisting he did not have any problems with Woodward, he was asked whether he was still enjoying a good working relationship with the CEO and replied: "Of course".
'I wasn't happy that he didn't play in his best position for Valencia, ' he said.
The France World Cup victor questioned whether United had the correct attitude after last weekend's 3-2 defeat to Brighton and Hove Albion, saying the Seagulls "prepared very well, maybe much better than us". "Against Leicester we didn't make mistakes, we played well, we won. I would like to play well and win [against Tottenham]".
Reportedly turning up half an hour earlier than the scheduled 2.00pm starting time, Jose Mourinho proceeded to answer a handful of questions, scarcely offering much more than a cursory remark. It is also reported that fans are planning to fly protest banners against Ed Woodward's policies.
After Paul Pogba publicly criticised the team's attitude, Mourinho let it be known that he would not be offering any opinion on these comments: "If you want any explanation about Paul's words you must get him and ask him".
Manchester United are facing a mini-crisis having just two games this season.
A defeat in the second fixture itself might have affected the confidence of Mourinho's team.
Mourinho did go on to admit that it has been a trying week following the loss but rejected a suggestion that the Tottenham game represents a good chance to get back on track.