David Albelda has demanded to be told why he has been told he has no future at Valencia.
The Spain international midfielder has been frozen out by coach Ronald Koeman, but is confused as to why he cannot discuss moves elsewhere.
Valencia imposed a €60m buy-out clause on his contract, deterring any clubs from signing him.
“The coach and the technical staff in general have not looked at me and have undervalued me since December 18,” he told EFE.
“I do not deserve what they are doing to me and the truth is that I do not know the reason and I would like to.
“The fans also have the right to know about the reasons as so much has been said and speculated about. I just hope they do explain.”
Abelda, along with Santiago Canizares and Miguel Angel Angulo, has been ostracised from the club since Koeman’s arrival.
“I feel more marginalised and separated in training,” Albelda continued. “The coaching staff wants us not to have contact with the rest of the squad.
“They have even changed the system when we meet so that we do not train with the players.
“This has already caused irrevocable damage and I am going to defend my rights to the end, especially after the terrible way the directors have treated me.
“I renewed with Valencia and turned down higher offers to stay here with my hometown club,” he explained.
“I do not know about all the other stuff, I just know that when clubs have come in to ask about me they have been told me buy-out clause price.
“I just want to play football and the coach and the president are stopping. Every day they are making my life more impossible and forcing me out of the club.”