BEIJING - Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson was unveiled by cash-rich Shanghai East Asia as their new coach Tuesday, on a contract that reportedly puts him among the top earners in football management. The Swede was presented by officials at the Chinese Super League club after intense speculation following his exit from fellow top-flight outfit Guangzhou last week. The well-travelled coach was reported to have been paid up to $3 million at Guangzhou, and Chinese media said his new bosses were willing to double the coaching team's salaries. "I am very happy and very proud that it is finally official that we are here and I am going to be the head coach of this club," Eriksson told a news conference. "I am looking forward to start work and looking forward to a new challenge."