Tevez says 'I'm off' in parting shot at 'disrespectful' United

CARLOS TEVEZ has delivered a sensational parting shot at Manchester United, accusing the club of showing him a lack of respect.<br /><br />The Argentina international is unhappy at the amount of time he&rsquo;s spent on the substitute&rsquo;s bench this season and admits his days at Old Trafford look numbered following the end of his two-year loan spell.<br /><br />Tevez is yet to agree a deal to stay with the newly-crowned Premier League champions and is being linked with a move to arch-rivals Liverpool, much to the disgust of his adoring army of United fans.<br /><br />And the 25-year-old looked closer to the exit door last night after hitting out at his treatment by boss Sir Alex Ferguson. Speaking to Argentinian TV station TYC, Tevez said: &ldquo;I know that I am not going to continue at Manchester United. I feel that they have lacked respect towards me. It&rsquo;s not about whether they pay &pound;5m more or &pound;5m less, but I feel I have been badly treated.<br /><br />&ldquo;There are ways in which the club is managed that I don&rsquo;t understand. When you don&rsquo;t agree with the manager in how the club is run... I don&rsquo;t have faith in a lot of things that happen here. I&rsquo;ve been here for two years and the directors have never come to speak to me. Not once have I had a meeting with them. Therefore, it&rsquo;s best that I leave the club so as not to clash with Alex Ferguson and the directors. Neither do I understand why I don&rsquo;t play in the team.&rdquo;<br /><br />United chief executive David Gill responded to Tevez&rsquo;s comments yesterday, but insisted the Argentinian could still have a future at the club. He said: &ldquo;I haven&rsquo;t seen them, I haven&rsquo;t read them. I don&rsquo;t think it&rsquo;s right to do these negotiations through the press.<br /><br />&ldquo;If he&rsquo;s said that I think it&rsquo;s borne out of frustration but he&rsquo;s got to understand, and I&rsquo;m sure his advisers understand, these are big decisions to be taken, large amounts of money, and I think the timeline isn&rsquo;t quite as quick as some people would want it to be.&rdquo;