Among the regional crises the two leaders plan to discuss, there would be a particular focus on Syria as well as on the Palestinian situation, the source said, weeks after U.S. President Donald Trump recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
The move stirred concern among Western allies and outrage in the Arab World.
Erdoğan earlier this week made some harsh comments regarding Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, calling him a terrorist and saying it was impossible for peace efforts in Syria to continue if he did not leave power.
Macron, meanwhile, said recently that France would push for peace talks involving all parties in the six-year-old Syrian conflict, including al-Assad, and promised "initiatives" early next year.
The Elysee source said "the question of human rights will also be raised" when Erdoğan and Macron meet.