Everton defender Tyias Browning has become a forgotten figure at Goodison Park and he’s been restricted to only Under-23s football in the first half of the season.
The 24-year-old was previously a highly-rated talent to come out of the academy as a youngster and has made nine senior appearances for the Merseyside club.
But the centre-back has not been in Marco Silva’s plans since he returned to the Toffees in the summer after a loan spell with Sunderland.
The Englishman suffered relegation from the Championship last season and has career his career has massively declined at a young age.
Browning desperately need an Everton exit in January to help him rebuild, whether that be another loan or even a permanent move.
He doesn’t appears to have to the quality to become a Premier League regular and the competition in the Everton first team for a centre-back spot is fierce.
Everton confirmed on Friday that fringe striker Oumar Niasse has departed for the rest of the season on loan to join Cardiff City.
Browning can’t afford to sit waiting around in the youth team much longer and Everton’s Under-23s coach David Unsworth has confirmed he’s on the verge of a move in January.
Sky Sports also reported last week that Aston Villa are keen on the Everton defender, but they have since signed Kortney Hause and that could rule out a move.