Mark Guy, who along with Don Meehan represents Subban, confirmed the two sides will be meeting, though hinted that a deal is still not imminent.
The Canadiens have not moved off of their two-year proposal, believed to be worth around $3.5 million per season. Subban, meanwhile, is looking for a five-year agreement worth north of $5 million per year.
During yesterday's TSN broadcast of the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-2 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins, TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie suggested the standoff between the Habs and Subban could result in a trade, though Bergevin has indicated that he has no intention of moving the 23-year-old blueliner.
Subban earned $875,000 last season as he posted seven goals and 29 assists in 81 games for Montreal, while leading the team in average total ice-time.
Guy indicated that they'll know of the direction of negotiations next week, after he and Meehan speaks with Bergevin.