I guess that salvage would be a first option as the main gash is exposed, but as has been pointed out, if the ship is resting on two "pinacles" it could break its back , or slide into deeper water. An on site break up would be very messy, I imagine.
I have a feeling that ship will not be refloated in time to avoid it breaking up further, probably assisted by a Mediterranean storm. I believe the insurers will decide to cut their losses very soon now, bearing in mind the ever increasing costs facing them and the lengthening time the vessel has lain in a capsized state. Scrap metal value may be their only recompense. TC.