Carlos Tevez has hit out at Manchester City for blocking a number of potential moves away for him during the January transfer window.
The striker claimed the Blues rejected offers from Inter Milan, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain which could have ended his Eastlands nightmare.
Tevez has been searching for an exit since September, following his alleged refusal to come on as a substitute against Bayern Munich during a UEFA Champions League group game.
The 27-year-old has been absent from City's first team since heading home to Argentina early in November, having been found guilty of gross misconduct.
The former Manchester United and West Ham striker has appealed to the Premier League against the fine for gross misconduct of approximately £1.2million imposed on him by City.
But as Tevez fights to bring his career with Roberto Mancini's team to a close, he has described how "something always wasn't right" with the deals on the table during the winter window.
"The situation is very strange for me," Tevez told Kicker.
"I wanted to go and had offers from other leagues, from Spain and Italy. But it did not work out in the end because City did not accept any of the offers.
"There were offers from (AC) Milan, Inter and PSG. But something always wasn't right."
And Tevez doubts whether City would even allow him to leave the club on loan.
"If all regularities are right and the clubs agree a transfer with City, I can see myself going there, even on loan," he said.
"But after all that has happened with Milan or Inter, I don't know if City wants me to leave on loan.
"If the rules allow it and City agree then that could be a possibility, if only as a loan, but I don't know how Milan or Inter might feel about that.
"In any case, City want a definite transfer. That's what complicates everything because they have made it clear they want a transfer fee for me."