The 30-year-old Italian has struggled to adapt to the demands of English football, scoring just three goals in 23 games since arriving from Valencia last summer.
"The manager is typically English," he told the Daily Star Sunday. "He expects you to go out and beat the other team without knowing how they play. There's no preparation. It has been a nightmare.
"Then I woke up on the morning of the FA Cup quarter-final to read that the captain (Richard Dunne) had criticised all the foreign players."
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Corradi has frequently been linked with a return to his homeland, and his agent Moreno Roggi confirmed the striker was keen to leave Manchester City, commenting:
"In Manchester, the climate - and I am not just talking about the weather - is not the best."
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