Liverpool Winger Completes £3m Greek Move

Argentine wide man brings an end to his brief Anfield career.

Sports News - October 03, 2008

Liverpool winger Sebastian Leto has joined Greek giants Panathinaikos.
The 22-year-old spent last season on loan with Pana’s rivals Olympiakos after work permit problems prevented him from playing for Liverpool.
Leto signed for the Reds from Lanus in a £2m deal in August 2007 and made his debut in a Champions League qualifier against Toulouse later that month.
Argentine Leto went on to make three further senior appearances but struggled to make an impact at Anfield. (BBC Sport)

Sebastian Leto only completed one full match in a Liverpool shirt and that was in a Carling Cup tie away at Reading, so not many would have witnessed the Argentine in action and now the 22 year old has brought an end to his stuttering career at Anfield after his two year spell at the club.

The left winger’s well publicised work permit issues left Rafa exasperated but clearly in the end he did not impress the boss enough to remain at the club. He did well last season with Olympiakos helping them to a League and Cup double, but now he has joined arch rivals Panathinaikos so he should prepare for a ‘warm’ reception next time he lines up against his former side!

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