David Navarro has received a seven-month European ban for his role in the brawl that marred Valencia’s the Champions League game against Inter.
Navarro broke the nose of Inter’s Nicolas Burdisso, who was banned for six games along with team-mate Maicon.
Valencia’s Carlos Marchena was banned for four games, while Inter’s Ivan Cordoba and Julio Cruz received three and two-match bans.
Both clubs have also been fined about £106,000 by Uefa.
Uefa’s disciplinary body announced the decision on Wednesday and they said they would now ask Fifa to extend the suspension on Navarro to cover all matches for the next seven months.
The players and both clubs have three days to appeal against the decisions once they have received written notice of the decisions.
Valencia went through to the last eight of the Champions League on away goals, but an incident involving Valencia midfielder Marchena and Inter’s Burdisso sparked a brawl. Navarro, a substitute who had not featured in the match, ran on to the middle of the pitch and punched Burdisso.
Several Inter players attempted to kick Navarro as he ran off the pitch and the fighting continued in the tunnel and outside the dressing rooms.
Navarro has apologised for his role in the melee and offered to go to Italy to apologise to Burdisso in person.
He said: “I want to say sorry for what happened, what I did was not good.
“It was a lack of respect for the football world and that’s why I wanted to ask forgiveness from the Inter player.
“If I need to go to Italy to say sorry, I will.
“This is a bad time for me, nothing like this has happened before because I am not a violent person. I am setting a bad example.”