Eurozone finance ministers will gather in Brussels today for more talks on whether to give Greece access to more bailout cash.
The tranche of €7.2bn is the final part of the country's second programme of financial assistance.
The Syriza-led government in Athens has been at the centre of tensions with the EU and IMF, over a programme of reforms to be implemented in exchange for the cash.
It is reported that sources there fear that the so-called 'Grexit' could be looming large if no agreement is reached by July or August.
It has already been taken for granted that Greece will need a third bailout, likely to be around €50bn.
So, if they cannot agree on getting the €7.2bn in this tranche in the next several months, it is hard to see another third bailout of €50bn.