German professional soccer Karim Bellarabi currently plays for Bayer Leverkusen as a winger.
A native of West Berlin, Karim Bellarabi was born on 8th of April 1990, to a German mother and a Moroccan father. He grew up in Bremen, where he began playing football for FC Huchting. In 1998, he moved to Werder Bremen and then switched to FC Oberneuland.
In 2007, Karim Bellarabi was promoted to the senior team of FC Oberneuland, signing his first ever official contract. In 2008, he moved to the reserved team of Eintracht Braunschweig. Similarly, in the 2008-09 season, he debuted as a senior for Eintracht Braunschweig. From 2008-11, he made total 38 appearances and scored five goals for the club.
In 2011, he left the club and headed to Bayer Leverkusen II. After his short spell in the reserved team, he was promoted to the senior team of Bayer. Because of his injury, he missed most of the 2012-13 Bundesliga season.
In 2013, he was loaned to his previous club, Braunschweig for a one-year deal. From 2013-14, he played 26 matches and scored three goals in total for the club.
For the 2014-15 season, Karim returned to Leverkusen. On 23rd August 2014, he created a history by scoring a goal in just nine seconds on the opening home match of the 2014-15 seasons against Borussia Dortmund.
Karim Bellarabi was in Germany U20 and U21. On 11th October 2014, Karim made his international debut for his nation, Germany in a 2-0 win to Poland in the “UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying.”
On 13th June 2015, Karim scored a first international goal in a 7-0 victory in opposition to Gibraltar. Until the date, he has total 11 caps for his national team and has scored one goal.
As per our record, Karim Bellarabi is possibly single and unmarried. It seems that he is focused on his career, as he never spotted dating a girl.
Though he is surfers social media actively, he has not posted any photos of a lady who might be his possible girlfriend or spouse.
As of 2017, Bellarabi has an estimated net worth of $3.8 million, and his current market value is €18,00 million.