The new stadium would be a able to hold a total of 110,000 fans, and might be built at a site close to the current stadium directly on the Avenida Diagonal. This would likely involve a land swap with the University of Barcelona, that in turn would get the site of the current stadium to build a new campus.
The club however has also still not ruled out a major renovation of the Camp Nou, an approach that has also significant backing in the club. However, the state of the stadium that was built in 1957, and new legal requirements in terms of the quality of concrete, may point in favour of building a complete new stadium.
Construction company MCM has presented the club with a plan on how to finance a new arena. MCM has also been responsible for the construction of a new facade on a building at Barcelona’s youth academy Masia. In this, it used a special led-technology with which it will be able to show commercials on the building, a technology that also might get used for a possible new Camp Nou.
According to sources close to the negotiations plans are still in its infancy though, and at the moment all the club takes are small steps.