After Nico Hulkenberg revealed talks with 'two teams' about 2021, the identity of those teams is now clear.
In turn, Vasseur also confirmed some talks but said he still needs to consult with the team's shareholders "and to find out what Kimi (Raikkonen) wants to do".
However, he also said thinking about drivers is "too early" for Alpha Romeo right now - and that is also the story at Hulkenberg's other potential 2021 team.
"First of all, let's take care of the Concorde Agreement - we have more important things to do," he added.
But when asked specifically about Hulkenberg, Steiner responded: "I have talked to him a couple of times and we get along personally.
"We currently are not performing very highly, so you have to also look at it from his (Hulkenberg's) side - would he believe in it, and would it suit him?" he told Sky Deutschland.
"Because he is a very good driver. At a certain level you don't want to be in a team that can't even be in the midfield."
"If Sebastian pulls the plug, then a better cockpit could be in it for Hulkenberg, such as Alpha Tauri or Aston Martin," he said.