Javier Saviola admits he is disappointed that Barcelona have refused to offer him a new contract, but will look to stay in Spain if he does leave Camp Nou this summer.
The Argentinian playmaker was keen to sign a new deal with Barca, but he now accepts that is unlikely to happen.
“What hurts is the broken promises,” he told Fifa.com. “When you are told that you will be offered an extension and it does not arrive, that hurts a lot.
“I have had a fantastic relationship with the supporters and my team-mates and that is something I’ll take from my time here – the affection of the fans.”
The former River Plate striker will not be short of offers if he leaves, and he is open to a new experience.
“I have spent six years at Barcelona and have many friends there,” he continued. “If I leave the club I would like to stay in the country, although I have not ruled out going abroad.
“I am open to all possibilities… England, Italy, a good team in a good championship.”