I'm very puzzled??
It is definately a juvenile bird, but the very dark head, dark coverts and lack of streaking on the breast does not really fit Eastern Imperial Eagle.
It is quite similar to Greater Spotted Eagle of the fulvescens type (scroll down to check a first-year bird from Salalah, Oman here: http://www.surfbirds.com/community-blogs/mikewatson/2006/11/15/oman-and-bahrain-2006-with-birdquest/) but the bird seems to me to appear even larger and my immediate impression was of a Steppe Eagle.
Steppe Eagle may show a darker head (as clearly seen on this bird) but as far as I know not in juvenile plumage.
The presence of whitish lining between primaries and coverts could indicate Steppe Eagle, but the lining is far from what is expected of a juvenile Steppe Eagle.
I realize it's not very cool to reveal ones own ignorance, but apart from odd looking Steppe or Greater Spotted (none of which seem right!?) I really don't have a clue??