Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has called for private talks with the PGMOL (Professional Game Match Officials Limited) to improve VAR, after his side suffered a 4-3 defeat to FC Copenhagen due to three incorrect decisions.
"I'm not going to debate VAR in public," ten Hag said. "But I think as managers collectively, we have to talk with the PGMOL to improve football and togetherness and find solutions and togetherness.
"We need to work together to make VAR work better for everyone."
Ten Hag's comments come after Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has been vocal lately about unfair VAR decisions that change the result of games. Arteta has called for VAR to be more consistent and to be used to correct clear and obvious errors only.
It remains to be seen whether the PGMOL will be willing to meet with the managers to discuss VAR. However, ten Hag's call for private talks suggests that he is open to working with the referees to improve the system.