UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin says that Europe's football body will update the current offside VAR law to encourage more goals.
In the Premier League this season a total of 85 goals to date have been overturned due to marginal VAR rulings, with offside calls being a hot topic within England’s top-flight.
The president of UEFA confirmed thicker lines will be introduced to allow for more goals and less frustration among managers, players and fans.
"So, thicker [offside] lines are essential because the line is drawn subjectively," the UEFA president told Sky Sports.
"So, it's not exact and if one centimetre… you ruin the season of a club with one wrong decision. One centimetre offside is not offside," Ceferin added.
The 52-year-old also spoke about the handball debate, which has also been heavily criticised this season.
"And, for me, the handball is also problematic, but I don't know what exactly to do about it. We are discussing a lot with our referee officers."
The Premier League will open discussions around the use of Video Assistant Referees with Premier League clubs in April.