Kind of. From where we sit, anyway, because we know that getting lean can be pretty disappointing when you realise you haven’t got as much muscle as you thought.
Maybe it isn’t so terrible for someone who simply wants to be not fat, assuming the expectation is to just look skinny and not caring about whether there is any muscle to show. Years ago when I lost a bunch of weight before I started training I was stoked just to me smaller. I didn’t give a shit that I didn’t have any muscle and was skinny fat. Different story when I leaned out properly a couple of years back, because it was a rude shock to see that I had very little muscle.
On balance I’m going to agree with @SOUL_FIGHTER though, because someone who is concerned about body fat percentage, knows that sleep and nutrition are important and wants to know how to train probably cares about how they will look when they are lean.
So, OP, I wouldn’t bother trying to lean out yet. Try instead to replace fat with muscle, because at 175 cm and 90 kg you’ve got a lot of room get rid of fat. Yes, you could lean out significantly, and in the end wouldn’t have much to show for it in terms of physique. If that’s what you want, your diet is really all that matters. Whatever training you do will help it along a bit, and any kind of weight training will be beneficial.
If you actually want to look better when you get rid of the fat, you will want to build muscle and that means training more like a bodybuilder. Diet will still be the most important aspect, but not just in the sense of creating a sustainable caloric deficit. You will want your diet to be enough of a deficit to cause you to lose fat, but not so low that your recovery will be compromised.