Pep Guardiola has prepared Bayern Munich for the future and will leave a great legacy at the club, according to Alonso.
Guardiola will be ending his three-year relationship with Bayern Munich, joining Manchester City next season.
Bayern Munich are on the precipice of claiming a third straight BuLi, and also face Atletico in the UCL, the only trophy the former Barcelona manager has not won for the Bavarians.
Speaking to the Bundesliga official website, Alonso said of the 45-year-old: “Guardiola will leave a very big legacy behind, starting with the numerous minor things that we the players have learnt from him.
“When a team succeeds in playing different systems, then that’s a sign of quality. I have no doubt he’ll leave a great legacy behind.
“Pep’s ahead of his time. Control of the game and of the ball are decisive words. That’s the best way to win games. Guardiola has defined a philosophy and laid foundations that will help Bayern in the future.
“It’s also about having a squad which is armed for the present and the future, in order to be able to deliver consistently good performances. We’re in pretty good shape now and for the future.”