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30. David Alaba
We kick off our list with a player whose remarkable start to his Bayern career may have already confirmed his position in the club's corridors of history. The left back may only be 21 years old, but he's already established himself as one of the best in the world in his position.
29. Luiz Gustavo
Although Luiz Gustavo didn't spend a great deal of time at Bayern before moving on to Wolfsburg, his overall game and formidable consistency made him one of the most bitter sales in recent memory. Although now at a smaller club, the midfielder will undoubtedly be amongst the action this summer in Brazil.
28. Daniel Van Buyten
Daniel Van Buyten may not strike many as the most technically gifted defender to have ever worn the red of Bayern, however, the Belgian has been a consistent squad player at the club for eight years—with a trophy cabinet that would outnumber some of the greats of the game.
27. Alan McInally
Despite injury calling Alan McInally's Bayern career a little shorter than both he or the club would have liked, his first season in Bavaria was a complete success. The towering Scot may not have become a Bayern great, but he's remembered as fondly in Germany as he is in the UK.
26. Ivica Olic
In a similar manner to McInally, Ivica Olic makes this list based on his achievements during his first season at the club. The Croatian striker scored 19 goals in 41 games, with a clinical seven in 10 during the club's impressive run to the Champions League final.
25. Hamit Altintop
Turkish international Hamit Altintop's four years at Bayern will be remembered for his versatility in midfield and handful of spectacular goals. He was a regular starter for the side that reached the 2010 Champions League final before ultimately moving to Real Madrid in 2011.