ED WOODWARD is "relishing" showdown talks with Daniel Levy over Harry Kane's potential move to Manchester United, according to reports.
The Old Trafford chief is said to be excited by the prospect of pitting his wits against Spurs' notoriously frugal money man as the Red Devils look to land the England striker in the summer.
Sources close to Woodward claim he can't wait to get stuck in with Levy and was gearing up to do so when United were eyeing Mauricio Pochettino as potential replacement for Jose Mourinho last year, according to the Standard.
Sir Alex Ferguson and former United chief-exec David Gill were said to have backed away from signing Luka Modric as they did not want to barter with Levy.
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