The 20-year-old has not signed a three-year deal offered by the reigning engage Super League champions and has been linked to the Guinness Premiership side.
"I'm in talks with a few clubs, but nothing is set in stone," said Pryce.
"The rumours are true, I'm listening to offers from clubs in union. I've never hidden the fact I'd like to play it but that's not to say I'll go this year."
Up-and-coming Pryce is out of contract at the end of the season, but Bradford chairman Peter Hood said he still hoped to keep the promising youngster at the Grattan Stadium.
"We've love him to stay and we made him a generous offer several months ago but, to date, he has not picked it up," said Hood.
"Needless to say, it is a very full offer that reflects Karl's ability and potential and we hope he will accept it."
Pryce has scored seventeen tries in twenty one appearances for Bradford so far this season and has been named as a member of Great Britain’s training squad for the Gillette Tri-Nations.