Liverpool stopper Loris Karius has a new girlfriend in German social media personality Pamela Reif

Liverpool stopper Loris Karius has a new girlfriend in German social media personality Pamela Reif

Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has found a new love in social media fitness guru Pamela Reif.

The 23-year-old German footballer has reportedly been dating the blonde celebrity since November.

He recently split up with another beautiful blonde, German fashion model Annelie Alpert, 22, after a two-year relationship.

Reif, 20, who has more than 2.7 million followers on social media and her own personal fitness website.

An unnamed friend of the couple was quoted as saying: "It is still at an early stage."

Pamela Reif, girlfriend of Loris Karius

Pamela Reif, girlfriend of Loris Karius (Photo: CEN/Pamela Reif)

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Reif is frequently singled out as one of Germany's most influential social media personalities.

She said: "I love to motivate and inspire people all over the world."

Reif started posting pictures on social media at the age of 15, having no idea where it would take her in life.

Today, her selfies and fitness instruction videos have more viewers than such German football greats such as Bayern Munich's Thomas Mueller.

Pamela Reif, girlfriend of Loris Karius

Pamela Reif, girlfriend of Loris Karius (Photo: CEN/Pamela Reif)

Pamela Reif, girlfriend of Loris Karius

Pamela Reif, girlfriend of Loris Karius (Photo: CEN/Pamela Reif)

She is said to be one of the five most popular German celebrities online with only football stars such as Mario Gotze and Mesut Ozil having more fans.

Reif said: "I get an incredible amount of feedback. People write me that they started with sport because of me. Guys tell me that their girlfriends started training with me because they love me."

Karius signed for Liverpool for a fee of £4.7million from German side Mainz 05 last May when the club announced that he would be their No 1 goalkeeper.

He was dropped in December when manager Jurgen Klopp said he wanted to take him "out the firing line" but predicted: "He will bounce back."

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By Larry White 01/11/2017 05:37:00