The Welshman is reportedly desperate to join Real Madrid and will try to persuade Levy to let him join the Spanish giants.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy will hold talks with Gareth Bale in a bid to come to an agreement about the players future before the Premier League season begins, Marca reports.
Levy knows that the current situation involving Bale is untenable and is keen to talk to his star player and come to agreement that will be good for the club and the player.
Bale will continue to state that he wants to leave Tottenham for Real Madrid during the meeting and will hope to persuade Levy to sell him to the Spanish giants.
Madrid are keeping a close eye on the developments at White Hart Lane and are hoping that Bale can force his way out of Spurs before the end of the transfer window.
The La Liga giants have reportedly agreed personal terms with Bale and have offered Tottenham a world record £85 million for the winger.
It is thought that Levy is still holding out for over £100 million for Bale and has proved to be a tough negotiator in the past when it comes to agreeing transfer fees with clubs.
However, his hand maybe forced if Bale hands in a transfer request, which remains a possibility if Levy continues to play hard ball.