Per Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, three of the five unnamed teams with interest in Donaldson have been "persistent," but Toronto has "no intention to trade" him.
The Blue Jays are in a difficult position heading into next season. They are coming off a 76-86 record in 2017, their worst record since 2013, and the offense scored the fewest runs in the American League (693).
Donaldson was one of the few bright spots in Toronto's lineup. The 2015 AL MVP hit .270/.385/.559 with 33 home runs in 113 games last season. He's under contract for one more season before hitting free agency next winter.