The 21-year-old centre-back is considered one of the best prospects in the Everton academy, and he has told the Liverpool Echo that he is keen on a move away from Goodison Park on loan next season.
The youngster said: “I’d like to get more games and maybe go out on loan, but we will see what happens. It’s a good stepping stone and experience and a lot of players around my age do it. It is something that would be good for me.”
A loan move away would be a good move for Browning, who finally made his long-awaited debut for the Toffees this season.
Having been included in a number of matchday squads by Roberto Martinez, the centre-back, who can also play at right-back, came on as a late substitute at Anfield in the Merseyside derby back in September.
He then matched that substitute performance a month later at Old Trafford, before starting a Europa League tie against Krasnodar.
Despite showing promise and an undoubted talent, he has been restricted to frequent Under-21 duty ahead of first-team action, and at his age a loan move would be a good idea.
There are sure to be a number of Championship clubs interested in him, whilst a selection of lower Premier League teams could entice Everton into completing a short-term deal.
As long as the youngster can be guaranteed consistent playing time, a loan deal is sure to be agreed, allowing Browning to develop to the full potential he has shown as a promising talent.