Premier League managers were able to appeal a number of potential VAR changes.
A series of high-profile incidents have led to huge criticism of VAR after just a third of the season.
Everton's draw with Tottenham could well prove to be the watershed moment with a number of times given lengthy delays.
Liverpool would have been wrongly denied a goal for Roberto Firmino by VAR at their win at Aston Villa.
Premier League clubs want to meet next week with a "robust" discussion promised on the current failings of VAR, reports the Telegraph.
And among the possible 'radical' changes could be the introduction of a set of appeals for managers, as in other sports.
It is believed that the Premier League wants to continue arguing against the proposal.
Instead of a change in the guidelines, there have been calls for the technology to be adopted.
No top-flight official has so far checked pitchside monitors after advice to use them "sparingly" in pre-season.
That could well change on the next meeting of Premier League clubs, where bosses want to be asked.
Speaking after the Goodison Park draw, Sky Sports pundits Jamie Carragher admitted: "