According to the Independent, the United official held a formal meeting with Number 10 chief of staff Dan Rosenfield just over a week ago.
It is claimed that talks were centred around Covid restrictions and fans returning to football stadiums.
And Woodward then went on to meet Johnson following his meeting with Rosenfield.
However, the report goes on to insist that there were no discussions held about the European Super League.
Labour are now demanding minutes of the meeting after Johnson made clear his position on the disastrous European Super League proposals earlier this week.
Jo Stevens, Shadow Secretary of state for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, said: “The Prime Minister and his ministers made very public and vocal condemnation of the European Super League, the public would therefore expect the same message to have been delivered in any private meetings.
“Downing Street should release the minutes in order to clear up any confusion and avoid accusations of hypocrisy.”