One factor would be in how much of a hurry you are to lose fat. One choice is to take say 20 weeks to drop 20 lb of fat. There's a lot to be said for that one, but you might be in more of a hurry either for wanting to be lean sooner, or to get back to rapid muscle gain faster.
If that slow rate is fine, then try dropping 500 cal/day and see how that goes, adjusting if necessary.
If faster is better, then cut more but at your size not below about 2600 cal.
You could keep protein the same or let it drop a bit to 300.
Keep fats to about 90 grams if on 2600 calories, or on the slower fat loss plan might be higher such as 140 grams, no need for exact ratios.
Carbs about 150 on the lower calorie plan, or say 200 for the slower loss if the fat grams allow it.
Example at 2600 cal: 300/150/90 protein/carbs/fat
Example at say 3200 cal: 300/200/133
Exact balances and ratios really don't matter, so long as they're generally sound and the total is suitable.