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.

Referee Martin Atkinson consults VAR

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.

VAR was used multiple times at Goodison Park

Speaking after the Goodison Park draw, Sky Sports pundits Jamie Carragher admitted: "