But his Ivory Coast team mate Serge Aurier will have to sit out three matches for his outburst criticising the match referee on social media.
Ibrahimovic was shown a straight red card by Dutch referee Bjorn Kuipers in the 32nd minute of the second leg against Chelsea following a 50-50 challenge with Oscar, despite the fact that both players had seemed equally committed to the tackle.
The Swede is facing a further four-match suspension over comments he made about his host country at the end of last weekend's 3-2 defeat to Bordeaux.
Sweden's top striker in history took exception to some of the decisions made by referee Lionel Jaffredo and was furious at the final whistle when he stormed down the tunnel.
“In 15 years, I have never seen such a referee. In this shit country, this country does not deserve PSG. We are too good for this country,” the striker blasted.
Ibrahimovic later apologized for his remarks, saying “I expressed myself when I was upset and everyone knows that in these moments, the words surpass the meaning”.
The French league had initially said it would decide on Thursday whether or not to take sanctions over his outburst. But RMC Sport reported on Thursday afternoon that he would now be called to appear in front of a disciplinary committee on April 9th.
PSG will discover their quarter-final opponents when the draw is made on Friday in Switzerland.