Cameroon goalkeeper Carlos
Kameni has sealed a move to Malaga from La Liga rivals Espanyol.
Negotiations between the player and the two clubs have been
successfully completed, Espanyol said on their website on Friday.
The 27-year-old has agreed a contract with Qatar-owned
Malaga, one of Europe's biggest spenders in the close season,
until the end of the 2013/14 campaign.
Espanyol would not be paid a fee but would receive some cash
depending on his performances and Malaga's final position in the
standings, they added.
Kameni, who has spent seven-and-a-half seasons at Espanyol,
fell out of favour after complaining at the end of last term
about what he believed was a lack of ambition at the
He joined from French side Le Havre and helped Espanyol to a
King's Cup triumph in 2006.
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