Verratti will also miss the weekend Ligue 1 outing against Lyon and possibly PSG's second Champions League run out against Manchester City on 28 September.
It was Lyon's second straight win after a poor start to the Ligue 1 season.
After 10 successful years at Bayern Munich, the 33-year-old defender joined French Ligue 1 side Lyon last week on a free transfer, but is due to return to Munich to face the allegations in court.
In a statement, the Ligue 1 outfit said Marcelo's behaviour in the dressing room was "inappropriate" following Sunday's 3-0 loss to Angers, in which he scored an own goal.
Barca have agreed a two-year deal with Depay, who becomes the club's third signing on a free transfer this summer after moves for Sergio Aguero and Eric Garcia had already been confirmed.
An early Jonathan David strike and Burak Yilmaz's penalty in first-half stoppage time ensured that Christophe Galtier's Lille finished one point ahead of second-placed Paris Saint-Germain, who won 2-0 at Brest.
Ligue 1: Lille out to dethrone PSG in tight title race; Champions League spot at stake for AS Monaco
Lille have no major stars but are unbeaten away since November and travel to mid-table Angers, a team who have lost five of their last six league games.
Mbappe is still Ligue 1's top scorer this term with 25 goals, six clear of Ben Yedder and Depay, but Neymar has endured a frustrating season, netting only eight times while spending time sidelined through injury, suspension and after contracting coronavirus.
Lyon can mathematically still win the title, but trail leaders Lille by six points with two matches remaining.
Rayan Cherki's 89th-minute strike snatched the points for Lyon, who had lost the lead just three minutes earlier to a Wissam Ben Yedder penalty.
Bompastor, 40, who won 156 caps for France, will be the first woman to coach the team that has dominated European women's club football in recent years.
The away side trailed by two goals shortly before half-time, but Yilmaz inspired an unlikely fightback to send Lille one point clear of PSG with four matches remaining.
Monaco, the only team other than PSG to have won Ligue 1 since Montpellier's shock triumph in 2012, eased to a fourth straight victory.
Niko Kovac's Monaco have hauled themselves back into contention following a run of 13 wins in 16 matches since the start of the calendar year.
The race for the Premier League's top four takes centre stage as Manchester United head to Tottenham and West Ham host Leicester.
Lille held on to beat PSG in a league game in the capital for the first time in a quarter of a century, with a frustrating afternoon for the hosts summed up when Neymar was dismissed.
Lyon sit a point behind Paris Saint-Germain in the French league and on Wednesday the clubs take their rivalry into Europe as they meet in the first leg of their quarter-final.
Mbappe netted twice at the Groupama Stadium with Danilo Pereira and Angel Di Maria also on target before Islam Slimani and Maxwel Cornet pulled goals back for the home side.
Monaco remain fourth in the table, just one point behind second-placed Paris Saint-Germain and third-placed Lyon who meet on Sunday.
European football weekend: Barcelona chase Atletico Madrid, French showdown and prolific strikers duel
Atletico Madrid look to keep Barcelona at arm's length in Spain and there is a huge showdown at the top of the table in France this weekend in Europe.