J. League first-division side Vissel Kobe announced Tuesday that it will play a June 6 friendly against European powerhouse Barcelona, the former club of Spanish midfielder Andres Iniesta, who may be playing his final game in Japan.

The 38-year-old Iniesta, who reportedly will leave Vissel this summer, was capped 131 times and played in four straight World Cups for Spain. He won a long list of trophies with Barcelona before leaving for Kobe in July 2018.

The game at Tokyo's National Stadium will be Barcelona's first game against Vissel in four years.

Vissel's second-round Emperor's Cup game, originally scheduled for June 7, has been postponed until June 14.