Argentina forward Carlos Tevez admitted he expects to leave Manchester United in the summer.
The on-loan 25-year-old feels he has not been treated as "one of the family" at Old Trafford and claims the club have made no attempt to sign him long term - but insisted he wants to stay in England.
He told the News of the World: "I am very sad about this but I guess what I'm saying is goodbye. I don't think I will be a Manchester United player next season. I have done everything I possibly can but they have never made me an offer or given me a contract so I have to leave."
He added: "I think I will be at another club next season.
"I have not been treated as a member of the family. I do not feel wanted. I feel bad over my situation, I do, but it's very, very difficult to stay any longer.
"The fans treat me like family but United have not signed me so they do not respect me as a footballer."
Tevez feels his form has been good this season but has been frustrated at not being considered a first-team regular by Sir Alex Ferguson.
"Things have changed dramatically this season," he said. "I was dropped - yet I didn't perform badly. Sir Alex never gave me an explanation but I never asked him for one because it is not in my character.
"I accepted it but maybe Sir Alex didn't feel the same way about me. Maybe he didn't have confidence in me any more."
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