The 27-year-old joins the I-League side after four years in Sweden.
Pune FC have signed former Portsmouth academy defender Calum Angus from Gothenburg Athletics and Sports Association (GAIS).
The 27-year-old Greenwich-born centre-back spent four years with the Swedish side before moving to the Balewadi Sports Complex this summer to become Pune’s second foreign signing in the transfer window after Spanish striker Raul Fabiani.
After completing the transfer Angus spoke his delight at joining the Red Lizards after speaking to coach Mike Snoei and hopes to lend his knowledge to the club’s young players during his stay.
“I’m happy to be here,” he told Times of India. “The emphasis of Pune FC is on the youth system and it’s very interesting. They want to bring young players into the main team and it is very exciting.
“I spoke to the coach ( Mike Snoei) and he is very positive about the team. We’ve got good young players and so the coach was interested in me to come here and hand over some experience to the youngsters,”
Head Operations, Chirag Tanna, revealed Snoei scouted Angus heavily before making deciding to sign the centre-back and believes he will be a huge asset to the team next season.
“Mike (coach) has spent a lot of time analysing videos of Calum and we are very pleased to have Calum sign with us. He comes with a lot of experience and should bolster our back line,” he said.