Manú with Legia Warsaw in 2011
|Full name||Emanuel Jesus Bonfim Evaristo|
|Date of birth||28 August 1982|
|Place of birth||Setúbal, Portugal|
|Height||1.71 m (5 ft 7 1⁄2 in)|
|2004||→ Modena (loan)||5||(0)|
|2005||→ Carpenedolo (loan)||14||(2)|
|2005–2006||→ Estrela Amadora (loan)||31||(7)|
|2007–2008||→ AEK Athens (loan)||13||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 24 May 2015.
Born in Setúbal, Manú started his professional career in the 2001–02 season playing for F.C. Alverca, before signing for S.L. Benfica in 2004 on a four-year contract. He was immediately loaned after arriving, serving stints in Italian clubs Modena F.C. and A.C. Carpenedolo to gain experience, and returned to Portugal in the 2005–06 campaign for another temporary spell with C.F. Estrela da Amadora, where he played in 31 league games and scored seven goals, contributing to the preservation of the side's Primeira Liga status.
In June 2006, Manú was given a new four-year deal and made his official debut for Benfica by playing in both legs of the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round win against FK Austria Wien, also making a substitute appearance for them in the group stages against F.C. Copenhagen, on 13 September 2006 (0–0 away draw).
Thanks to his time in Italy, Manú attracted interest from the likes of Udinese Calcio and Parma F.C. in the summer of 2007. Finally, Greek team AEK Athens F.C. managed to sign him on a one-year loan, after which he returned to Lisbon, being immediately sold to C.S. Marítimo.
On 7 October 2008, Manú scored his first goal for the Madeirans, in a 2–0 win at Vitória de Setúbal. In his second year he appeared even more as a starter, as the side qualified for the UEFA Europa League as fifth. On 1 November 2009, he netted from 30 meters to put Marítimo ahead at Sporting Clube de Portugal (eventually 1–1 draw).
On 9 June 2010, Manú signed a three-year contract with Legia Warsaw in Poland. On 3 May of the following year, he scored the equalizing goal in the season's Polish Cup final against Lech Poznań, which secured his team extra time and then a penalty shootout, in an eventual 5–4 win for the 14th conquest in the competition in the club's history.
- As of 21 March 2015
|Carpenedolo (loan)||2004–05||Serie D||14||2||—||14||2|
|Modena (loan)||2004–05||Serie B||5||0||—||5||0|
|Estrela Amadora (loan)||2005–06||Primeira Liga||31||7||1||0||—||32||7|
|AEK Athens (loan)||2007–08||Superleague Greece||13||0||—||13||0|
|Beijing Guoan||2012||Chinese Super League||7||1||—||7||1|
|Ermis||2013–14||Cypriot First Division||10||1||4||0||—||14||1|
|Vitória Setúbal||2014–15||Primeira Liga||11||0||1||0||—||12||0|
|Ermis||2014–15||Cypriot First Division||8||2||2||0||—||10||2|
- Legia Warsaw
- København make their point; UEFA.com, 13 September 2006
- Manú delight at AEK move; UEFA.com, 30 August 2007
- Marítimo bring in Benfica trio; UEFA.com, 16 July 2008
- Disappointing Sporting held by Maritimo; PortuGOAL, 1 November 2009
- Trwa transferowa ofensywa Legii (Three attacking signings for Legia); Onet.sport, 9 June 2010 (Polish)
- Beijing Guoan Football Club officially signed Portuguese player Manu; FC Guoan, 9 December 2011 (Chinese)
- "Manú". ForaDeJogo. Retrieved 2 April 2015.
- "Manu". Soccerway. Retrieved 2 April 2015.