Well let's assume you want to lose 9 pounds of fat, because if you gain muscle on top of that it throws everything out of whack(burn more calories with more muscle, you gain weight with muscle, etc). So let's just say you want to be 9 pounds lighter now, and what that means in terms of your caloric intake and how much you need to burn off.
Metabolic rate isn't the same for everyone, but generally with your weight(and assuming you're around 6 feet tall), will be roughly 2000, maybe a little less.
3500 calories per pound * 9 pounds = 31,500 Cal burned total. You want to do this over the course of 90 days. Welp, let's divide by 90. 31,500/90 = 350.
So you need roughly a 350 daily calorie deficit over the course of 90 days to lose 9 pounds of fat. You'll gain muscle and lose fat gradually during this period, so the numbers get skewed slightly and inconsistent, but if you're in the ballpark of that number for your average calorie deficit you'll be fine.
Another thing to note is you won't build that much muscle, at least not as much as you might hope. The body needs fuel to build muscle, and the more fuel it has the more effectively it builds the muscle. Since you're going to be at a deficit for fuel, you won't build muscle nearly as effectively(which is fine if burning fat is what you want, it's impossible to do both optimally).
I just want to add that these numbers are not specific, and not necessarily accurate for you as an individual, it's just what the averages would be among people. You have to gauge your results over time and see how you might need to adjust as well.