The former Indomitable Lions goalkeeper has joined the Yellow Canaries to end his 13-year stay in the Spanish topflightVeteran goalkeeper Idriss Carlos Kameni has joined Fenerbahce on a three-year deal from Malaga.
The 33-year-old will now seek new challenge in the Turkish topflight after spending over a decade in Spain where he featured for Espanyol and Espanyol between 2014 – 2017.
The arrival of Kameni in a $2.26 million dollar move will boost the goalkeeping department of the Yellow Canaries which boast of captain Volkan Demirel, Ertuğrul Taşkıran and Erten Ersu.
Having teamed up with Morocco’s Nabil Dirar who joined from Monaco, the former Cameroon first choice goalkeeper took part in his first training session with the team on Wednesday afternoon.
Fenerbahce placed third in the Super Lig last season and they will compete in the Europa League next season.