Marcelo, 14th club champion in two continents

A Fluminense defender Marcelo won his first Copa Libertadores after becoming a 5-time Champions League winner with Real Madrid.
Thus, the Brazilian veteran became the 14th player in the history that has won biggest club trophies in both leading football continents. 
Marcelo is the 2nd player who entered this “Club” in 2023. Shortly before him, Julián Álvarez joined it thanks to winning UCL with Manchester City (after enjoying the victory in Copa Libertadores with River Plate in 2018). 
All 14 players are from just two countries, Brazil (10) and Argentina (4).
Only the players who appeared for at least 1 game in a victorious tournament of each continent are included in the list. 

 PlayerCountryChampions League Copa Libertadores 
1Juan Pablo SorínArgentinaJuventus 1996River Plate 1996
2DidaBrazilMilan 2003, 2007Cruzeiro 1997
3Roque Junior BrazilMilan 2003Palmeiras 1999
4Cafú BrazilMilan 2007São Paulo 1992, 1993
5Carlos TévezArgentinaManchester United 2008Boca Juniors 2003
6Walter SamuelArgentinaInter 2010Boca Juniors 2000
7RonaldinhoBrazilBarcelona 2006Atlético Mineiro 2013
8NeymarBrazilBarcelona 2015Santos 2011
9DaniloBrazilReal Madrid 2016, 2017Santos 2011
10RafinhaBrazilBayern 2013Flamengo 2019
11Ramires BrazilChelsea 2012Palmeiras 2020
12David LuizBrazilChelsea 2012Flamengo 2022
13Julián ÁlvarezArgentinaManchester City 2023River Plate 2018
14MarceloBrazilReal Madrid 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2022Fluminense 2023