Manchester United's want-away goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak has hit out at his club for failing to sell him this summer reports espn.co.uk.
The 29-year-old Polish international is desperately looking to secure first-team football, having found opportunities limited in his five year spell with the Barclays Premier League champions.
Having made just 61 appearances for the Red Devils, Kuszczak has fallen further down Sir Alex Ferguson's pecking order this season, behind summer signing David De Gea and Anders Lindegaard who are vying for the No.1 spot.
Kuszczak has expressed an interest in leaving Old Trafford, and was heavily linked with a return to his former club West Bromwich Albion, after the Baggies sold former stopper Scot Carson to Turkish side Bursaspor.
However, a move failed to materialise after Manchester United priced the player out of a move, and Kuszczak is unhappy with the way the situation has played out.
"I am angry and disappointed with the way I am treated," he told The Sun. "I had a few good offers. The problem was the club who wanted to sell me for £4 million."
Kuszczak had hoped the summer retirement of Edwin Van der Saar would give him an opportunity to fulfill his ambition of making the Manchester United No.1 spot his own.
But following the big-money signing of De Gea from Atletico Madrid, it was clear that Kuszczak was not seen as the long-term successor for the vacant goalkeeping position, so he is now looking for a fresh start with another club.