BarcelonaThe board of directors of Barça announced this Monday that the construction company that will carry out the comprehensive reform of the Camp Nou will be the Turkish company Limak Construction. The board chaired by Joan Laporta has met to validate the results of a competition that included three other companies: the Spanish Ferrovial and Acciona and FCC and the French Vinci. The verdict comes without the club having signed the loan to begin the bulk of the work, which is also not associated with a definitive building permit from Barcelona City Council. Talks with Goldman Sachs, the main financial provider, have been going on for months. In fact, the American investment bank has had specific weight in the selection of the construction company, which of the stadiums, the best known of which it has built is the Mersin Arena, with a capacity for 25,000 people, in the city that this name Limak’s big specialty is roads and airports.