The now Barcelona forward, who left Liverpool in the summer, said he didn't understand why Mourinho would use the stifling tactics he did when the Blues last visited Anfield and secured a 2-0 win.
But the Chelsea boss, whose side travel to Liverpool once again later today, has hit back, telling reporters that he would not write a book 'to tell s*** and to criticise people.'
"Was it another book? Books!" Mourinho exclaimed at his press conference on Friday afternoon.
"I've not written a book, no. At 51, I might have enough of a story to tell to write one. But when you are 25? Then you can only write a book about when you are a kid?
"I have an invitation to do a book but just one where I'll choose 100 pictures of my career, and where I just make a little comment on every picture. A memory book.
"But not a book to tell 's***' and to criticise people and to speak negative things about people who belong to my career. I won't do that."
Chelsea are unbeaten this season and sit top of the Premier League. Liverpool, by contrast, are seventh.