• Justin Bieber poses with Neymar and Rafinha following a short training session in Barcelona.

Justin Bieber poses with Neymar and Rafinha following a short training session in Barcelona. (Photo : YouTube/FC Barcelona)

Pop superstar Justin Bieber was in Spain this week as part of his Purpose World Tour. He went on to visit FC Barcelona on Monday and showed off some his soccer skills. He was also able to play with Barcelona stars Neymar and Rafinha.

The Canadian singer performed at the Palau Sant Jordi on Tuesday night before heading to Madrid for another concert. However, he had some time to play with Neymar and Rafinha during the team's training session before their flight to Glasgow.

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Bieber, who is a big fan of soccer, was able to watch Barcelona players train. He then joined Neymar and Rafinha for a kickaround. The 22-year-old looked good hitting free kicks, penalties, dribbling and juggling the ball.

According to the official website of Barcelona, it was not the Bieber's first training session with the Catalan club. He visited and trained with the team back in 2011 wherein he was able to chat with many players including Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta.

However, it was not all good times in Barcelona for Bieber. He had a violent outburst just after arriving for his concert on Tuesday night. He punched a male fan in the face and gave him a bloody mouth, per The Daily Mail.

The report added that the police are not investigating the matter unless the fan, who is a minor, files charges. A spokesperson for the Mossos d'Esquadra, the police for of Catalonia, told The Daily Mail that Bieber will face misdemeanor charges.

"As we're talking about a misdemeanor rather than a serious crime, we haven't got the power to act off our own backs and so we're not actively investigating this. This is an incident that occurred between two people and the person who received the punch or push will have to make a formal complaint if he wants to take the matter any further," the spokesperson said.

On the other hand, Barcelona is hoping the Bieber brings good luck as the Spanish champions head to Glasgow. They will face Celtic at Celtic Park as part of the UEFA Champions League Group Stages. It is the team's first visit to Scotland since 2012.

It should be noted that Barcelona lost to Celtic 2-1 the last time they played in Scotland. The team is also coming from a disappointing draw over the weekend but they are confident heading into Wednesday's game. Barcelona defeated Celtic 7-0 during Matchday 1 of the Champions League at Camp Nou.

Check out the video below to watch Bieber play with Neymar and Rafinha in Barcelona.