Michael Brown has questioned the fitness of Moise Kean after his loan move to PSG was finalised in the summer transfer window.
Speaking to Football Insider, the former Tottenham and Leeds midfielder also claimed that the Italy international needs to play regular first-team football this season. He said:
“It’s difficult, he never looks mega fit.
“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’s what he’s crying out for, for me.”
Kean struggling at Everton
Indeed, Kean has struggled during his time at the Merseyside club so far, as the 20-year old has only managed to score four goals and provide two assists in 37 games in all competitions for the Goodison Park side, as per Transfermarkt.
With the likes of Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison as options up front for Carlo Ancelotti at the moment, Kean fell down the pecking order, and so a move away from the Toffees would have perhaps been best for all parties for the rest of the season.
Will Kean get game-time at PSG?
As Brown quite rightly points out, Kean needs to play matches this term to try and prove himself to the Toffees.
However, with the likes of Angel Di Maria, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar as options in the forward line for this year’s Champions League finalists, one may question just how much game-time the on-loan Everton man will actually get.
Kean fighting for his Everton future
Kean will surely now have to perform on the big stage if he is to have a future at the Blues, or else he may be a player that EFC look to offload in next summer’s transfer window.
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