Well, it would certainly change the shape of your next Grand Tour. If lawyers acting for the Italian culture minister get their way then you’ll be heading to Rome, not Florence, to admire Michelangelo’s masterpiece. Though it’s more than likely that they’ll be happy with some PR and publicity.
The folks in Rome seem to think that David belongs to the State. Florence says otherwise. To quote from a piece in the UK’s Telegraph newspaper:
But Matteo Renzi, Florence’s centre-Left mayor, claimed he had documents to prove the statue belonged to the city, adding: “I am more than happy to meet with Minister Bondi to discuss this case and avoid a petty childlike squabble and come to some agreement. But we are prepared to fight to show David is ours.”