Bayern Munich could offer Cristiano Ronaldo a way out of Manchester in the winter transfer window if things fall into place.

According to media reports in England, Ronaldo and his agent Jorge Mendes met Bayern’s representatives with the possibility of the 37-year-old moving to Germany on the agenda as well.

The timing of the reports is of particular interest as Ronaldo seemingly burned every bridge at his current club when he belittled them in a fiery interview with Piers Morgan. 

Ronaldo took shots at everyone including the owners, the coach and the infrastructure as well as his former teammate Wayne Rooney.

Manchester United released a statement surrounding the interview where they said they will wait until the full piece is published but manager Erik Ten Hag and his players are said to be disappointed with the timing and manner of the interview.

With Ronaldo leaving for the World Cup with Portugal it is likely he has played his last game for United with the club already looking to either sell him in the January transfer window or release him from his contract at the club.

Despite his diminished role at United this season, he remains a viable option for teams looking for a proven goal scorer.

Bayern Munich was one of the clubs who were interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo this summer to replace Barcelona-bound Robert Lewandowski but were put off by his wage demands.

With Sadio Mane doing a fair but less-than-stellar job, the Bavarians could find a common ground to bring on the five-time Ballon D’Or winner to add even more firepower to their attack.

Munich also offers him a chance of playing Champions League football giving him an opportunity to add more goals to his record.

PSG, Chelsea and even Sporting remain interested in the player but the only thing certain at this point is that he is done in Manchester.

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