I wouldn't be so sure, myself - one of the reasons why Citroën have been unwilling to let Ogier test without a contract is that it will eat into their allocated testing days. They probably don't want to waste a day or two on a driver who might not end up competing for them. More to the point, they're already trying to juggle Meeke, Breen and Lefebvre (al'Qassimi is also under contract, but apparently hasn't driven the car). Giving testing days to Ogier takes them away from the three drivers they have signed, which may put them in a sticky position as to satisfying their contractual obligations. After all, Citroën lost Ogier in the first place by playing favourites, so making exceptions for him now may have consequences later - especially since Meeke is doing a full season while Breen and Lefebvre are sharing a car until a third can be built; taking Ogier would mean that Breen and Lefebvre would have to wait for a fourth car, which could be months away.