That’s according to the Independent who say the wantaway left back will thrash out the direction of his future during the meeting which will involve his agents.
Spurs are thought to be open to selling the 27-year-old after his explosive interview two weeks ago.
He criticised the club’s transfer policy and revealed he wanted to move up north.
And tomorrow his future should become a whole lot clearer.
The Independent say Levy and Rose will decide if there is enough time left to sell and replace him this month.
A compromise could be struck which would see the England international remain in north London until the end of this season.
Spurs are receptive to a sale – but they would want in the region of £50m.
They see him as being as good as Kyle Walker, who they sold to Manchester City for £50m plus £4m in add-ons earlier this summer.
Chelsea and Manchester United are both keen on Rose and Spurs would not object a sale to either.
But it all comes down to time and money and Levy is a famously difficult man to negotiate with.