In my experience in games like this I don't look to out play them at their own game. What do I mean by this? The top sides, by nature, will be attacking when playing at home so I use this against them. The obvious thing here is the space behind the defence but you need to get that midfield right.
The first step is to make sure the midfield isn't lightweight player wise and role wise. I generally go with a covering DM, an aggressive CM and another CM who is technically equipped to unlock defenses with the right duty on to counter balance the lack of technical quality aforementioned.
Looking at that tactic you have the required tools. Savic can be your ball winner, aouar can be your skilled technician and Luis your covering DM.
Now that the midfield is sorted you need to be geared to exploit space behind the defense. I recommend 2 attack duties in the front 3 (that means 3 attack duties overall in the tactic). I play with a striker and a Wideman on attack with the wide man preferably on the side where the the opposition attacking fullback is.
For the rest of the tactic, balance it out.