The team has previously said anyone who refuses to sign will be sacked.
“My view isn't draconian. People will be given an opportunity”
Dave BrailsfordTeam Sky principal
"That's going to be part of the losses the team has to make to be able to go forward," Froome told BBC Sport.
However, Team Sky chief Dave Brailsford has indicated that his stance may be softening and any offenders may not leave.
He said every member of staff would be spoken to and "given an opportunity" to talk about their past experiences.
"My view isn't draconian," Brailsford told BBC Sport. "We've decided to sit down and talk to every single member of staff.
"People will be given an opportunity - if they represent a risk to the team going forward - to talk about it, to see if we can reconcile that and support people. It's actually been a very constructive process."
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