"I look back at pictures of myself when I was in this awful relationship, and I looked 20 years older,” she added.
Boufal is another who missed out on the two-week tour of China, where Saints take on Schalke in their first pre-season game tomorrow, and is likely to exit this summer.
However, Carrillo, who joined from French side Monaco, failed to score in any of his eight games under Pellegrino and, subsequently, the under-pressure manager was sacked after one win in 17 league matches.
Carrillo started Mark Hughes’ first game in charge, the 2-0 FA Cup win at Wigan, but never started a Premier League game under the now permanent Saints boss, who replaced Pellegrino in mid-March.
The fact so much was spent on Carrillo will be a concern to the club, but they know, considering his situation, the best chance of eventually recouping some of the money will be to allow him to go out on loan.
Carrillo is tied to Saints for another three years, having signed a three-and-a-half year contract in January.