Good evening, Manchester United fans. Here are your evening headlines for Saturday, October 31.

Dalot focused on Milan amid long-term future speculation

Diogo Dalot has shut down speculation over his long-term future after starring on his home debut for AC Milan.

Dalot left Manchester United to join the Italians on a season-long loan after failing to break into Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side at Old Trafford.

And the 21-year-old reminded everyone of his attacking talents with a goal and an assist in Milan’s 3-0 Europa League win over Sparta Prague on Thursday.

However, while La Gazzetta dello Sport has detailed Milan’s interest in signing the Portuguese full-back on a permanent basis, Dalot says he is not thinking about where he will be playing his football beyond the current season.

“Let’s see what happens at the end of the season,” he told Sky Italia.

“For now I don’t want to think about that: I am 100% focused on Milan and that’s it.”

Lingard ‘stepping up recovery’ after injury

Jesse Lingard has revealed he is ‘stepping up his recovery’ ahead of a return to action.

Lingard has not featured for United since the Carabao Cup win over Brighton & Hove Albion in September and has been absent from Solskjaer’s last four match-day squads.

However, the 27-year-old should soon make his return after taking part in a training session at United’s Carrington training base on Friday.

Following that, Lingard uploaded a picture of himself in United training gear on Instagram accompanied by the caption: "Stepping up my recovery #JLingz."

Lingard has not started a league match for United since the defeat by Arsenal on New Year’s Day.

Klopp agrees with Solskjaer over substitutes' rule

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he is in agreement with Solskjaer that Premier League sides should be allowed to make five substitutions in matches.

Solskjaer this week voiced his disappointment at the five-sub rule being scrapped by the English top flight for the 2020/21 season.

Sides across several leagues in Europe – as well as UEFA’s club competitions – are allowed to make five subs in a single game this season with Solskjaer having made all five in United’s Champions League win over RB Leipzig on Wednesday.

Speaking on Friday, Klopp said the Premier League should have ‘thought this through’ before deciding to abandon the rule.

"It is different to everything I have experienced," said Klopp. "Different to what every coach in the Premier League has ever experienced. I’m not sure if anybody saw it before the season when they made the decision about the three subs.

"Because that is just a little example - all the other leagues pretty much in the world - certainly in Europe - have five subs and England has three subs.

"That makes it a massive challenge. We should have thought this through 100%. In Germany, they have fewer games and still find it incredibly difficult.

"Don't see it as anyone wanting an advantage, just see it as it is, about players' welfare and nothing else."