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.''