Michael Brown believes Moise Kean is “crying out” for regular game time after he secured a loan from Everton to Paris-Saint Germain.

The former Premier League midfielder, speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, admits the Italian hitman “never looks mega fit” after his first season at Goodison Park.

Everton confirmed last Sunday that the 20-year-old, who signed for the Toffees from Juventus last summer, had joined the French giants on loan until the end of the campaign.

Kean managed to start just eight times in his 33 appearances for the Merseyside outfit last term.

Brown insists that regular game time has got to be the priority for the Italy international this season.

“It’s difficult, he never looks mega fit,” Brown told Football Insider.

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“For me, what would do him great, wherever it was, would be to play 40 games, I think it would.

“I think it really would do him good, if you can ever think of a player who needs to play, it would be him for me. Just to continue to play ever week, a place where he’s just picked and he’s playing but it’s not always that simple.

“That what he’s crying out for, for me.” 

Kean played four times for Everton this season before his temporary exit, with two goals in two League Cup games under his belt.

He has netted a total of just four goals in 37 appearances for the Toffees to date, having struck eight times in 21 games for Juventus.

In other Everton news, the Toffees have been tipped to sell a new signing for big profit.