Six European clubs will participate in a pre-season series in the United States of America between July and August.
Eight matches will take place across eight locations, with the Premier League clubs playing just one fixture each.
Arsenal and Man United are already engaged in other pre-season plans in the US.
The two teams will meet at MetLife Stadium in New York on July 22 in a friendly game.
They will both be involved in action on July 26 in the Soccer Champions Tour, with the Gunners facing Barca at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood.
The Red Devils play Madrid at NRG Stadium in Houston.
Some other Premier League clubs involved in pre-season action and their fixtures are listed here.
The Soccer Champions Tour kicks off with a fixture between Barca and Juve at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, San Francisco on July 22.
Madrid face Milan the next day at The Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Los Angeles.
Juventus and Milan play at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, Los Angeles on July 27.
AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas, will host the El Clasico on July 29.
Milan and the Catalans play on August 1 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas before the series ends the next day, when the Old Lady and Los Blancos face off at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.
Tickets for the Soccer Champions Tour will go on pre-sale on May 16, with general sales starting on May 19.
European clubs have continued to explore the North American market, and UEFA have plans to host games in the US in the near future.
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