Stephen Dunmoye

Real Madrid legendary, Leyenda Marcelo has ended his two-decade stint with the Club in fairytale circumstances when he helped the Los Blancos win the UEFA Champions League last season.

His most-recent trophy tilt back in May took his total title haul at Madrid to 25, making him the most decorated player in the history of the club.

Meanwhile, the 33-year-old has been club-less since leaving the reigning European champions in July this year before he signed for Greek outfit Olympiacos on a one-year contract.

The legendary left-back has now joined the 47-time Greek champions and has the chance to extend his deal for a further one year if he wishes.

Olympiacos took to social media to hail the signing of one of the greatest left-backs of all time.

Marcelo signed for the reigning European and La Liga champions from Brazilian side Fluminense in 2007, making a staggering 546 appearances at the Santiago Bernabeu.

He featured 58 times for the Brazil’s senior national team after playing his first international match in 2006.

Marcelo’s new team, Olympiacos, is currently placed third on the Greek Super League log after two games this season.