Giedo van der Garde, although tipped by some to leave formula one after a single season, could keep his career on the grid in 2014.
The Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf said the 28-year-old Caterham driver's managers Jan Paul ten Hoopen and Jeroen Schothorst are working hard on the Dutchman's alternatives for next year.
The report, naming Sauber, Williams and Force India as van der Garde's options, said ten Hoopen will be at Monza next weekend for "talking and listening".
The driver has had an often-difficult rookie campaign, but De Telegraaf said van der Garde remains strongly backed by McGregor, a Dutch fashion label.
Van der Garde, however, is quiet for now.
"It makes no sense...
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