The nine-time European champions have reportedly called for two-game bans for Busquets, Dani Alves and Pedro and one-game suspensions for Mascherano, Keita and Victor Valdes
Real Madrid have called on Uefa to take disciplinary action over six Barcelona players and coach Pep Guardiola following the Champions League clash at the Bernabeu last week, according to The Guardian.
The Catalan side ran out 2-0 winners after a sublime brace from Lionel Messi in Madrid but the game was marred by ugly scenes, as fighting broke out at the end of the first half, leading to a sending off for Real boss Jose Mourinho, defender Pepe and Barca substitute keeper Jose Pinto.
Now, the nine-time European champions have asked Uefa to ban Sergio Busquets, Dani Alves and Pedro for two games and want one-game suspensions for Javier Mascherano, Seydou Keita and Victor Valdes for supposed 'premeditated anti-sporting behaviour'.
Both clubs have been hit with action following the tie but it is Madrid that are set to face the most severe punishment from Uefa. Charges have been brought against the club relating to a pitch invasion, Pepe's red card and the throwing of missiles towards the match officials at half-time.
Individual charges against Mourinho have also been made for his dismissal, as well as post-match comments made by the former Chelsea man.
The call for action comes ahead of the sides' second-leg match-up at the Camp Nou on Tuesday, in which the hosts are widely expected to progress to reach their third Champions League final in six years.