Carlos Tevez says he is in a "negative spiral" at Manchester City and doesn't know "what will happen with me now."
Tevez says in German magazine Kicker that offers for him from AC Milan, Inter Milan and Paris Saint-Germain all fell through in the January transfer window because "something was always wrong" for Man City.
The Argentina striker hasn't played for City since refusing to warm up during a Champions League game against Bayern Munich in September, incurring 9 million pounds ($14 million) in fines or lost earnings.
He is appealing against the lost income to the Premier League.
Tevez says while "the situation is very strange," as he spends time with family and friends and playing golf, "what's hardest is the uncertainty."