A number of players whose deals expire this summer will be leaving the Allianz arena but the club are yet to announce the plans of Germany striker Miroslav KloseBayern Munich have confirmed Thomas Kraft, Andreas Ottl and Hamit Altintop will leave the club following Saturday's final game of the season against Stuttgart.
The club announced via their official website on Friday that all three players will receive a special goodbye after the match as they will be allowed to leave in the summer.
Goalkeeper Kraft will be joining Hertha BSC as he will not be guaranteed regular football by the Bavarians next term.
"Kraft's understandable aim is to be number one. We can not guarantee it," sporting director Christian Nerlinger said.
Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge confirmed that Altintop will be leaving, with the midfielder having only appeared in the Bundesliga 14 times this season. The 28-year-old has recently been linked with Real Madrid.
"It was Hamit's desire not to extend to his contract, which runs out at the end of the season," Rummenigge said.
Ottl will also be leaving and reports in Germany have suggested that he could join Kraft at Hertha.
Miroslav Klose's deal is also up for expiry, but Bayern neither confirmed nor denied whether he will be staying at the Allianz Arena.