Carlos Kameni has left Malaga for Turkish giants Fenerbahce

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The Indomitable Lions glovemen leaves Spain after 13 seasons in the Spanish top tier

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Idriss Carlos Kameni İstanbul’da |

— Fenerbahçe SK (@Fenerbahce) July 4, 2017 ">Carlos Kameni has left Spanish Primera Division side Malaga to join Turkish giants Fenerbahce.

Kameni leaves Malaga after six seasons with the club to begin his new adventure in the Super Lig.

The 33-year-old has spent a large portion of his professional career in La Liga having also played seven seasons as Espanyol’s first choice goalkeeper before joining the Costa del Sol club in 2011.

The Yellow Canaries announced on Monday that they had reached an agreement in principle with Malaga to sign the goalminder and he touched down at Ataturk Airport on Tuesday to begin negotiations for personal terms.

The former Le Havre, Saint-Etienne and Espanyol goalkeeper leaves Boquerones having made 113 La Liga appearances.

He also 73 caps for the Indomitable Lions.


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