The Cameroonian international is leaving Malaga, the place he called home since 2012, for Turkish side Fenerbahce.
Malaga goalkeeper Carlos Kameni has arrived in Istanbul to complete his transfer to Fenerbahce.
The Super Lig giants announced on Monday they had reached an agreement in principle with Malaga to sign the Cameroon international.
Kameni touched down at Ataturk Airport on Tuesday in order to conclude the deal.
The Turkish side shared photos of the Cameroon international arriving Ataturk Airport via their official twitter handle . The 33-year-old was welcomed in Istanbul by fans chanting his name and he posed for photographs with a club scarf.
The Turkish side also posted photos via their official handle on sunday of Kameni undergoing his medical.
Kameni, who has also been on the books of Le Havre, Saint-Etienne and Espanyol, made 113 LaLiga appearances for Malaga.
He won the Africa Cup of Nations with Cameroon in 2002 and finished as a runner-up in the 2008 edition.
Fener missed out on qualification for the Champions League last season after finishing third in the Super Lig.