The Catalans who are in the US for their pre-season tour are hoping to rake in more money from their home games.
Spanish newspaper, Marca reported that the club originally set the starting price at £180m to rename the stadium but received the green light to revamp the Nou Camp by the local council in April.
The are hunting for a big-money investor overseas with investors from the United States as their major target.
Aside increasing the arena’s capacity, which will make it the world’s second-largest football arena after North Korea’s Rungrado May Day Stadium, Barcelona will regenerate the area around the stadium with work to begin next summer.
They want to follow clubs like Arsenal and Manchester City who sold their stadium’s naming rights in big-money deals to Emirates and Etihad respectively.
English Premier League club, Tottenham are also reported to be involved in seeking to selling their new stadium name with 95 per cent of work already completed and named as Tottenham Stadium.