Manchester United have named the biggest club in English football despite not winning a title since 2013.

United took the number one spot based on some qualities.

The Red Devils have the highest number of Premier League titles with 20 trophies in their cabinets with 12 FA Cups and five EFL silverware in their cabinets.

However, despite their recent performances across competitions since the exit of legendary Sir Alex Ferguson, the Old Trafford outfit still ranks above 39 other clubs in the United Kingdom.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side is at the summit of the chart with 12 points after being rated on eight categories.

EPL defending champions, Liverpool are second with 24 points – 12 points behind arch-rivals while Chelsea, Arsenal, and Manchester City complete the top five teams on the rankings.

Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur could only finish one spot behind the Citizens with five points separating the two clubs according to¬†Sport Bible, quoting The Athletic.

However, Spurs beat City to rank first in Player Quality.

West Ham rank above Liverpool in the Crowd category with the Reds finishing ninth-place, despite knowing the London Stadium is big, that doesn’t feel quite right at all.

1. Manchester United

2. Liverpool

3. Chelsea

4. Arsenal

5. Manchester City

6. Tottenham

7. Newcastle

8. Everton

9. Wolves

10. Aston Villa

11. Leicester

12. West Brom

13. Leeds

14. Sunderland

15. West Ham

16. Burnley

17. Sheffield United

18. Blackburn

19. Birmingham

20. Southampton

21. Middlesbrough

22. Stoke

23. Sheffield Wednesday

24. Nottingham Forest

25. Derby

26. Norwich

27. Huddersfield

28. Portsmouth

29. Fulham

30. Crystal Palace

31. QPR

32. Cardiff

33. Brighton

34. Charlton

35. Bristol City

36. Watford

37. Preston

38. Millwall

39. Coventry

40. Hull