Reports that Adrian Sutil has landed the remaining Force India drive are not yet confirmed, but from what I hear both Sutil and Jules Bianchi have been sent tickets to go to Australia by the team. Both have also probably signed contracts, but the question is not whether this is the case, but which one of the two contracts Force India representatives have decided to sign. The discussions seem to be dependent on talks going on about engine supplies in 2014, with Ferrari likely to offer a better deal if Bianchi is given the Force India drive this year. Sutil brings money (apparently) but it remains to be seen whether this adds up to more or less than Bianchi can save the team, with cash from sponsors and the engine deal.
The situation clearly flies in the face of the team’s claim that the decision is not based on money because it is illogical to go on keeping drivers hanging on if the decision is based on performance alone.