The Toronto Raptors roster is managing pretty well in its current form. But the franchise is nevertheless reportedly keen to add a homegrown talent to its ranks. Talk of a Toronto Raptors-Tristan Thompson deal is intensifying, but it seems fans are less than keen to see the Brampton-born star come aboard.\nAccording to a report by Sports Illustrated's Sam Amico, Thompson, whose Cleveland Cavaliers contract is expiring, is interesting the Raptors.\n"Opposing teams are expected to make serious runs at Tristan Thompson and Jordan Clarkson, both players with expiring contracts. Toronto is said to have a high interest in Thompson," reports Amico.\nThompson, who left Brampton to attend prep school in the U.S., has been with the Cavaliers his entire NBA career since being drafted in 2011.\nWhile having another Canadian on the team might seem appealing, Raptors fans have taken to social media to express their views on the goss.\nAnd, in fact, it seems most of them are saying "thanks, but no thanks."\nOne of the biggest concerns over the talk appears to be what the Raptors might have to give up in order to land Thompson.\nAccording to Sportsnet, the Raps would likely be forced to sacrifice a key piece such as Marc Gasol or Serge Ibaka to facilitate the move.\nView this post on Instagram There is no place like home!! Thank you to my high school for retiring my jersey and Brampton for the key to the city!!! #Igotthekeyskeyskeys 🔑🔑🔑 A post shared by Tristan Thompson (@realtristan13) on Aug 26, 2016 at 9:34am PDT\nGasol and Ibaka, incidentally, are pretty popular in the 6ix for both their on-court showings and their celebratory boozing and snappy fashion sense, respectively.\nSportsnet added that if the Raptors don't want to give up Marc or Serge, they'd more likely include Norman Powell or Fred VanVleet in any deal.\nAnd that thought has not gone down well with fans on social media.\n"Definitely not including FVV in any trade," wrote one user. "The winning mindset FVV brings day in and day out is intangible," says one fan in response to the idea of trading Fred.\nDefinitely not including FVV in any trade. The winning mindset FVV brings day in and day out is intangible. Wichita Final 4, and chips with 905 and Raptors. He has the “it” factor.— Ryan Tobin (@Tobesole19) December 5, 2019\n"Raptors are a drama-free team," says another. "Don't need alla that."\nRaptors are a drama free team. Don't need alla that.— Anna Bee (@bangbang05) December 5, 2019\nIf you're not sure what kind of drama that might refer to, Keeping Up With The Kardashians viewers will be happy to fill you in.\nToronto trading for Tristan Thompson doesn’t move the needle at alll, the only thing they need is a championship level star to pair with siakam— eman🐺 (@emanoj12) December 5, 2019\n👎 No. not based on the SI report. Trading Freddy-are you crazy.— TC (@RunRoute42_2) December 5, 2019\npic.twitter.com/CXDmFVMjme— Raptafan (@raptafan) December 5, 2019\nNobody in Toronto wants Tristan Thompson. Sorry @Raptors it’s a no from us.— Aliciaa (@_aliciaab) December 5, 2019\nAfter the way he talked shit about us? No thanks.— Strahinja #WeTheNorth (@strahinjagov) December 5, 2019\ntrying to look up the tristan thompson to toronto rumors and all that’s popping up are khloe kardashian related posts, this is why i don’t want him on the raptors lol.— ? (@moho35) December 5, 2019\nSo, that's a "no, thank you" then?\nMaybe it's for the best this doesn't materialize. After all, we can't imagine Nick Nurse's brutally honest coaching style, would leave much room for Thompson's tendency to attract off-court headlines.\nThompson is not the only player being linked with the Raptors. Rumours have also suggested former hero DeMar DeRozan could be landing back in the 6ix.\nRaptors die-hards couldn't believe that talk, and they seem pretty opposed to Thompson's potential arrival, too.\nIf the Thompson rumour proves to be true, it seems the team might face some resistance from fans.\nFans will certainly be Keeping Up with the speculation, anyway.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.