BEIJING - Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson is poised to land his second big-money contract in the Chinese Super League (CSL) after leaving Guangzhou R&F following just one full season, reports said Monday. The Swede is being hotly tipped to join Shanghai East Asia where his coaching team will more than double their current salaries, Sina Sports website said. The move follows a 15-month spell in Guangzhou where he was reportedly earning up to $3million a year. The highly ambitious Shanghai club -- which has no connection with Shanghai Shenhua, the team that drew Chelsea's Didier Drogba to China -- will spend 500 million yuan ($82 million) on developing their side next season, the report added, without saying whether Eriksson will have full control over the funds.