Free carpets have become a popular alternative for players during the international break.
The first free tiles to be installed at the Camp Nou were installed by the Barcelona and AS Roma clubs and it has been claimed they are being used to enhance the ground.
Free carpettas were installed in the stadium for the first time in August and they have been a popular way of improving the pitch, which has a capacity of 35,000.
The tiles were installed at a cost of €6,000 per square metre.
“It is a very good idea, it’s the first and most important thing,” said coach Diego Simeone.
“But we’ll see.
It’s not something we can decide right away.
We’ll see what happens.”
The tiles have been designed by Italian firm Adipo.
“There are more than 70 types, including some with more than 20 colours,” the company said.
“The tiles are made of polycarbonate and are not glued, which means the colours will not affect the appearance of the surface.
The materials are of a high quality, and they are the first in the world.”
The company says the tiles have improved the pitch by increasing humidity levels and making the surface more comfortable.
They also help the players stay fit, but there are no guarantees they will help the pitch improve during the long lay-offs during the summer.
Simeones team was on a tour of the pitch last summer, when he installed the tiles.
The Barcelona team have been criticised for not using the tiles properly.
“At the start, I didn’t expect this to be the case,” said Simeoni.
“I have to thank the players for all the hard work, it was difficult, but we achieved everything we set out to do.
I think it’s a great achievement.”
He said the tiles would be put into place in a few weeks, but that they are not ready to be rolled out yet.
“They have already been put in place, but they need some testing,” he said.