Souleymane Coulibaly joins Al Ahly from Kilmarnock
The striker has left Scotland to join the Egyptian champions for a fee that could rise to £1m.
Kilmarnock striker Souleymane Couilbaly has joined Al Ahly after signing a two and a half year deal with the Egyptian champions.
The forward travelled to Cairo for talks with the club and their city rivals Zamalek after Killie accepted offers in the region of £1m.
Following discussions, Coulibaly has chosen to join current table-toppers Al Ahly.
They count former Tottenham and Derby star Hossam Ghaly and ex-Hull City player Ahmed Fathy as part of their squad.
The Ivory Coast striker has caught the eye since his summer move from Peterborough United, scoring a number of stunning goals to take his total for the season to 11.
Lee Clark now faces the task of replacing his top scorer with one week remaining before the transfer window closes.