|Full name||Sebastián Eduardo Leto|
|Date of birth||30 August 1986|
|Place of birth||Alejandro Korn, Argentina|
|Height||1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 14 January 2014.
† Appearances (Goals).
Following this he featured in another Champions League game and two Football League Cup matches. He never made his Premier League debut due to problems with his passport, forcing him to play in the Liverpool reserve team instead. Leto was granted an Italian passport in mid-2007 but this was later revoked, making the Argentine need to apply for a work permit; a request which was later refused. Liverpool manager Rafael Benítez criticised the decision given the player's track record in the Champions League and national selection for the Olympics.
On 16 September 2008, Leto scored the second goal in the 2–0 UEFA Cup first round, first leg victory away against FC Nordsjælland. He scored his first and only league goal in a 2–1 home win against Thrassyvoulos in December 2008.
On 23 June 2009, Liverpool accepted an offer from Panathinaikos believed to be in the region of £3,000,000. On 1 July 2009, the player signed a 5-year contract for about 1.2 million (with bonus fees). On 28 July, Leto made his debut appearance for the greens on the away UEFA Champions League qualifying stages game against Sparta Prague, coming from the bench on the second half. On 8 August in Athens, Panathinaikos needed a two goal margin victory and Leto was one of the starting eleven for the Greek side who dominated the game 3–0 and qualified to the next round. On 19 August, Leto came from the bench to score in Panathinaikos 2–3 defeat to Atlético Madrid in the UEFA Champions League play-off first leg. On 22 August Leto scored two goals against the Cretan side Ergotelis away in a 3–0 victory. On 13 September, Leto scored the only goal against the Thracians Panthrakikos in an important 1–0 away victory. On 24 April 2010 he scored the victorious goal of Panathinaikos at the Greek Cup final against Aris Thessaloniki. The previous week he also won the Greek championship, thus achieving the double (second consequent double of his career, after the first one with Olympiacos in 2009). After the departure of captain Djibril Cissé and vice-captain Gilberto Silva he was chosen after two seasons serving the club to be the 3rd Captain.
Leto started the 2011–12 Superleague Greece in commanding form, netting a brace in a 3–2 victory over Xanthi on 16 October. He followed this up by notching another brace against Ergotelis on 22 October, in which Panathinaikos ran out 4–0 winners. Leto's good performances were enough for Serie B table-toppers Torino to report interest in the Argentine, as they look to regain status in the Italian top flight.
On 30 October, Panathinaikos faced PAOK, Leto grabbed a goal as his side won 3–1 and maintained their lead at the top of the Greek first division. In the following game against Ergotelis, Leto added two more goals as his side won 4–0. Leto's inspired start to the season resulted with ten goals and one assist from the first seven games. His performances were enough to guide Panathinaikos to the top of the table on 19 points, having played fewer games than most of their title challengers. Leto continued in brilliant form scoring 15 goals in 13 matches as well as 5 assists, keeping Panathinaikos still in the fight for the title.
Through the first 17 league fixtures, Leto lead the goal-scorers chart with 15 league goals. On 25 January 2012, Leto suffered a knee injury and flew to Bologna to be checked by a specialist who said that he would be forced out at least until March. It was revealed in March though that he would not be available until at least early April with continued knee problems. After a few days, it was revealed that Leto will not be available for the whole season. On 22 January 2013, Leto terminated his contact with Panathinaikos.
- As of 14 January 2014.
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- Official Website (Greek and Spanish)
-  fan club
-  Best YouTube Tribute Video (For Season 09-10)
- Sebastián Leto career stats at Soccerbase
- Sebastián Leto statistics (Spanish)
- Sebastián Leto player page on Lanús's official site (Spanish)
- UEFA Champions League profile
- LFChistory.net player profile