UEFA has turned down pleas from Real Madrid and Barcelona for additional investigations into their ill-tempered Champions League semi-final, the ruling body said on Monday, dpa reported.
UEFA said in a statement that its disciplinary committee will, as planned, on Friday deal with six charges against the two clubs around last Wednesday's first-leg game which Barcelona won 2-0 in Madrid.
Five are directed against Real, including two against coach Jose Mourinho, one against Barca.
Barcelona had lodged an individual complaint against Mourinho who alleged after the game that Barca received preferential treatment. Real, for their part, accused three Barca players of feigning injuries, and protested a red card shown to their player Pepe.
While UEFA said that Barca's complaint was covered by its own investigation, it rejected Real's protests.
"In the case of the behaviour of the Barcelona players, it was deemed that there was no common strategy to provoke the Real Madrid player, while in the case of Pepe, the referee's factual decision is upheld," UEFA said.
The statement said that Pepe remains suspended for Tuesday's return leg in Barcelona. Mourinho will also have to watch from the stands because he was ordered away from the touchline after protesting Pepe's red card.
Possible further sanctions against Pepe and Mourinho will be decided on Friday, when UEFA also looks into Madrid fans throwing missiles onto the pitch and invading it.
Barca will learn about the fate of their reserve goalkeeper Jose Pinto, who was sent off for his role in a brawl as the teams were heading into the dressing room after the halftime whistle.