This is what I use. Basically I use, 4-2-3-1 as my main tactic with control mentality and Fluid approach. In terms of player roles, I use advanced forward that shoots often, more risky passes and roams. (Icardi). For left wing, I use Alexis Sanchez as Raumdeuter against adventurous teams that like to play and inside forward against teams that sit back with full backs overlapping. His instructions are mainly about holding ball, risky passes, nothing specific about shooting selected. Right winger usually Winger or Inside forward, one who crosses often from byline, shoots less often and comes narrower if its inside forward as I have Bellerin at right back who will attack and dribble/run wide and further forward with the ball. My left back is conservative and has support role with less risky passes and less forward runs. I play advanced playmaker/attacking midfielder in the middle who holds the ball, dribbles less, shoots less often but looks for more risky passes and stuff.
I play with one box to box midfielder who gets further forward, dribbles more, shoots less often and less risky passes, other midfielder is usually deep lying playmaker who supports against smaller teams, defends against good teams. Goal keeper is keeper only and not sweeper keeper, who rolls out to full backs and does it quickly.
Other than that, I try to go 4-3-3, wide with wingers and similar instructions, though sometimes I go for 4-1-2-3 DM wide where I sacrifice attacking midfielder for a defensive mid/ball winner and play my forward as deep lying forward. Lemme know if you need anything else or suggestions.