Manchester United have been the dominant club in the English Premier League (EPL) era though it must be pointed out that they are yet to win the competition in seven years. The last win came during the 2012/13 season when legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson was at the club.
The last Premier League title at Manchester United coincided with the final season under Sir Alex Ferguson who retired as a manager in 2013 before moving upstairs as a director on the club’s board.
In the past few seasons, Manchester United fans have seen rivals Manchester City and Liverpool take their place as the dominant club in the Premier League. Despite the recent fall from the Premier League top, the Red Devils still have the most Premier League titles.
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Manchester United won 13 Premier League titles under Sir Alex Ferguson to take them above arch rivals, Liverpool, as the most successful club in English league football. The Red Devils now have 20 league titles, while Liverpool is stuck on 18 league titles though that’s expected to increase to 19 in a matter of weeks after the compulsory Coronavirus break.
Let’s examine the top three Manchester United players with the most Premier League titles:
1. Ryan Giggs
The Welshman has the most league titles in the history of the Premier League (13). He also has the most assists in the competition plus the fact that he holds the record for the most appearances in the illustrious history of Manchester United.
2. Paul Scholes
The ex-Manchester United midfielder had to quit football for some years because of vision problems but was still able to win 11 Premier League titles. He quit football for two years before returning to win more titles at Manchester United.
3. Gary Neville
The former Manchester United skipper won 8 Premier League titles during his time at Old Trafford. Just like Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes, Gary Neville spent all his football career at Old Trafford.