Speaking at a joint UEFA and ECA media conference in Brussels on Tuesday, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said the firm’s refereeing chief Roberto Rosetti has been major efforts to make sure UEFA’s swimming pool of referees are ready for VAR and all”technical aspects” happen to be addressed.
“I expect the report at a week or so and then we will see when we could implement it (at) the latest, next season,” said Ceferin.
Juventus chairman and European Club Association (ECA) chairman Andrea Agnelli was sat beside Ceferin and included:”The hottest next season also means there’s space for earlier execution and we’re delighted as nightclubs for that and we invite UEFA for the work they’ve been putting together”
It has previously been suggested that UEFA may try to roll out VAR for its Champions League’s quarter-finals, which commence April 9, even though the clubs have been eager to introduce the system when possible, which may be the very first knockout round starting on February 12.
The Europa League knockout round starts on February 14\.