Manchester United will reject all bids for Paul Pogba in both January and the summer, according to reports.
Juventus, Barcelona and PSG are keen on the Frenchman but reports claim that United new boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to make him star man.
The Telegraph claim Woodward told Pogba in August he was not for sale and he has not changed his stance.
United’s executive vice-chairman recognises the player’s value both on and off the pitch.
As does Solskjaer, who has held one-to-one chats with him and the rest of his stars to raise spirits in the dressing room.
The Old Trafford boss said: “I think Paul’s a top, top player. He’s one of the top, top players in the world. Attacking wise he’s done really well but he’s a big lad, can win headers, tackles, he’s been the same as the others.
“The attitude has been perfect and that’s key. You should be tired towards the end of every single game.
“He’s been top class and we’re looking to build a team around him of course, but there are so many quality players.”