Catania sign former Red Leto

Catania have confirmed they have signed Argentine striker Sebastian Leto, who had been a free agent since January after playing for Panathinaikos.

Last Updated: 16/04/13 at 18:18 Post Comment

Sebastian Leto: Former Panathinakos striker has joined Catania

Sebastian Leto: Former Panathinakos striker has joined Catania

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Details of the 26-year-old's contract, including its length, have not been released.

"Catania can confirm reaching an economic agreement for the next few seasons with the striker Sebastian Eduardo Leto," said a statement on the club's website.

The former Liverpool striker joined Panathinaikos in 2009 after previously being on loan at their arch-rivals Olympiakos.

However, his career in Athens stalled after a serious knee injury suffered in January last year.

Catania are safely in mid-table heading into the final weeks of the Serie A season.

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