First of all, don't program for yourself yet. Pick a program that's proven to work and follow it religiously. Evidence suggests Greyskull LP or 5/3/1 would be good options for you (I have yet to hear anyone who didn't do well on either if they followed them properly). As a rule, novices should NOT program for themselves. It doesn't tend to do any good.
Since you were happy sticking to something for nine months, at a guess if you pick a good program you'll stick with it so you'd get good results.
However, in answer to your actual question: the proposed split looks like it will do precisely nothing good.
Also, it'd be good to know your height and weight, although I'm sorry to say just looking at the numbers I'm guessing you aren't very muscular at all, although you seem predisposed to deadlift (which is good, very good IMO). No squat should be so close to a bench press. If your DL is 150 kg, you'd hope your squat would be closer to around 130 kg. I might be wrong. You might be about 1.5 m tall and weigh 60 kg, inc which case they'd all be pretty decent lifts to work with, just oddly skewed between squat and bench\
Assuming, based on what you've said, that you are a novice who has never really trained properly, something like 5/3/1 or Greyskull will give you a bunch more size AND strength. That's the nice thing about being a novice.
What you've been doing and propose to do really won't do that. For starters there is pretty much zero recovery in there. How the hell are you going to get bigger or stronger without recovery? Second, it is way too complicated for a novice. The leg/push/pull isn't actually a bad approach but all you really need right now is some squat variation, press variation and deadlift variation with some rowing/pulling through in, and to only train four times a week at most.