Europa League final on TV: How to watch Liverpool transfer targets live and FREE

Liverpool legend Xabi Alonso leads his incredible unbeaten Bayer Leverkusen side into the Europa League final to face Atalanta tonight, looking to keep up their hopes of a sensational treble this season.

It's not just the Anfield legend that should be of interest for Reds fans though - with a number of potential Liverpool summer transfer targets also featuring in the big showdown in Ireland.

The action gets under way at 8pm UK at the Dublin Arena - and we have all the detail on why you should be tuning in for this one.

How to Watch the Europa League Final for FREE

The first thing to note, fellow Reds, is that you can watch this game without spending a penny. Discovery+ offers a free live stream of the match. All you need to do is:

  1. Register for a Free Account: Visit the Discovery+ website and create a free account. You don't need to sign up for any subscription package.
  2. Access the Live Stream: Once registered, you can watch the live stream on various devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, and smart TVs.
  3. Kick-Off Time: The match kicks off at 8 PM BST on Wednesday, May 22, 2024.

Liverpool Transfer Targets in Action Tonight

Like we said, there are multiple stars in action tonight who just might be lining up in a red shirt next season. Here's the lowdown:

Jeremie Frimpong

Jeremie Frimpong Leverkusen

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One of the standout performers for Leverkusen this season has been Jeremie Frimpong. The right-back has been instrumental in his team's journey to the final, contributing significantly to both the side's efforts going forward and in defence.

With the Reds looking to bolster their defensive options under Arne Slot, Frimpong has emerged as a top target.

In a recent interview with Ziggo Sport, he expressed his admiration for the Reds, stating, "Liverpool? Great club, with history. That would be great. Who knows what the future will bring."

Teun Koopmeiners

Teun Koopmeiners of Atalanta - Liverpool target.

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Atalanta's Teun Koopmeiners is another player on Liverpool's radar and constantly linked with an Anfield switch this summer.

The Dutch midfielder has been a pivotal figure for his team this season - including masterminding his team's quarter-final victory over the Reds.

Liverpool have reportedly initiated talks with Atalanta and Koopmeiners' representatives, aiming to secure his services for the upcoming season. Given his past connection with Arne Slot (they were together at AZ Alkmaar in days gone by), he would appear to be a very realistic target.

One other reason to be optimistic of a summer deal is that it appears major rivals Juventus would not be able to afford the €60million (£51.5m) fee required to prise him away from Bergamo.

Odilon Kossounou

Odilon Kossounou

Odilon Kossounou

Bayer Leverkusen defender Odilon Kossounou is another key player Liverpool are monitoring. The 22-year-old centre-back has been crucial in helping his team secure the Bundesliga title and reach the Europa League final.

Reports suggest Liverpool are set to open talks with Leverkusen, with a transfer fee of around £51 million rumoured.

Is the Europa League final on YouTube this year?

It's worth noting that previous years saw games broadcast on BT Sport's YouTube channel. However, this year, BT Sport’s merger with Eurosport under the TNT Sports brand has shifted all live coverage to Discovery+, so the European finals will not be on YouTube this year.

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