After leaving Ljungby, Prica signed for renowned Swedish club Helsingborg in 1998, he then went on to play for them for 5 seasons playing 73 times scoring 27 goals, Prica then moved to German team Hansa Rostock. He made his debut for the Sweden national football team in February 2001 against Thailand coming on as a substitute in the 66th minute replacing Martin Åslund.
During AaB's UEFA Cup Campaign in 2007, wellknown scout Simon Prince was doing some scouting. It was at White Hart Lane that Prince noticed the hard man's goalscoring abilities and great movement. "Aalborg put on a strong performance that night, but there was one lad who stood out", said Prince. "He was outstanding". The next day Prince told two other scouts of Prica's abilities. When news of Prica's arrival at the Stadium of Light came in, Prince was not surprised at all.
Prica ultimately flopped for Sunderland and did not start a game. It was reported on Sky Sports News that Prica has been made available for loan. Prica is currently in talks with a number of Scandinavian clubs about a move and Sunderland manager Roy Keane has expressed that he is willing to let Prica go.
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