Andrew Brandy has a proposed solution:
2) What is my proposed resolution of this dispute…Here is an idea that percolated in my head during hiking this week (see below): in return for playing this year for them, the Packers agree to grant Rodgers his freedom after the season through free agency (not through a trade). The Packers, whom I have sensed all along want to move to Love next year, would agree to lop off the final two years of Rodgers' contract (2022 and 2023) in return for Rodgers playing this year, perhaps giving him more money in 2021 to bring him to MVP-level pay. This would allow the Packers to stick to what has seemed to be their plan: to have Rodgers one more year before turning the team over to Love. And it would allow Rodgers a very Tom Brady-like way to pick his team in 2022, where there will be more playing options than there are in 2021. The downside for the Packers? They would get no trade compensation for Rodgers. The downside for Rodgers? He would still be a seat warmer for Jordan Love in 2021. Neither side would be happy with this deal, but it just might work if both sides would agree to it. They can thank me later.
I don't like it. Getting nothing for Rodgers would be like giving away our most valuable asset.
I propose other incentives, like guaranteeing the next two years salaries if we get to the Super Bowl or he wins MVP again.