German defender Philipp Lahm, who is set to retire at the end of the current season, has been inducted into the Bayern Munich hall of fame.
The Allianz legend will call time on his career and has been given a very respectful send off from the German giants.
Having spent from 2002 to the present season at Bayern and has been an ever-present.
The last player to be inducted into the club’s hall of fame was Oliver Kahn in 2008.
Players such as Franz Beckenbauer, Gerd Müller, Sepp Maier, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Uli Hoeneß, Lothar Matthäus, Giovane Elber and Mehmet Scholl currently have their place in the hall of fame.
He will not be the only Bayern player hanging up his boots this coming weekend.
Xabi Alonso will also call time on his illustrious career after the game against Freiburg.
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Back towards the beginning of the year Lahm confirmed he would look to step away from football for a bit.
That came after suggestions that he would take over as a director of Bayern.
It is yet to be seen whether his stance has changed but time will tell.