Clube Atlético Petróleos de Luanda (Petro de Luanda) have signed forward Depú on a two-year contract in Angola.
The Angolan giants announced that the contract for the 22-year-old will run until May 2024.
The striker started off his career with the juniors of Académica do Lobito then moved to Recreativo da Caála.
He went on to play for Sagrada Esperança in Lunda Norte.
Last season, Depú scored 19 goals in 25 games, but due to injury he was forced to interrupt the season.
Petro de Luanda have also announced the exit of long serving player Ricardo Job Estêvão.
“Petro de Luanda takes the opportunity to express gratitude and affection to Ricardo Job Estêvão who in these 15 years defended our emblem and managed to become a player of great importance,” the club says.
The 34-year-old Ricardo Job Estêvão won nine titles, including three national league championships, five Angolan cups and one Supercup.
Petro de Luanda won the Girabola championship and also had an impressive campaign in the CAF Champions League as they reached the semifinals.