SAINTS star Dusan Tadic has been fined for speeding, two months after another court appearance in which he was banned from driving.

The midfielder, 29, was disqualified for six months and fined more than £600 in November for failing to tell police the name of a driver of his Porsche who was alleged to been involved in an incident.

At that time an allegation of speeding was withdrawn by the Crown Prosecution Service when the case was heard at Aldershot Magistrates’ Court.

But the speeding case was reopened and returned to the same court where Tadic, of Ocean Way, Southampton, pleaded guilty.

Magistrates fined him £660 and ordered he pay a victim surcharge £66 and £85 costs.

The court heard that he was caught doing 35mph in a 30-zone in St Mary’s Place/Kingsway in April 17 last year.

It is the same speed camera that has caught his team-mate Sofiane Boufal and Eastleigh manager Andy Hessenthaler.

It was unclear why the speeding allegation was not proceeded with in November only to be reopened this month.

Tadic has more than 40 caps for the Serbian national team, having made his international debut in 2008 as a 19-year-old.

He joined Saints in 2014 from Dutch club FC Twente, for an undisclosed sum, thought to be more than £10 million.

Record signing Sofiane Boufal, 23, was fined more than £800 for an offence committed in Southampton city centre just before last Christmas.

The 23-year-old midfielder, was driving his Range Rover at 36mph in a 30mph zone when he was clocked by a fixed speed camera on December 18 on the A33 St Mary’s Place/Kingsway, near Hoglands Park, when he exceeded the speed limit.

Just last week it was reported that Hessenthaler was banned and fined £740 after being caught four times on the same speed camera.

He was the first player signed by Ronald Koeman and made his debut during the side’s first game of the 2014-15 Premier League season.

He was on the pitch for 74 minutes before being substituted for Shane Long, who was also making his first appearance for the club.

His profile on Saints’s website says: “Tadic was a breath of fresh air on arrival in the Premier League. His second season with the club was even better, as he picked up 13 assists in all competitions as Saints finished sixth in the League.

“A fine campaign was rewarded with a new four-year contract ahead of the 2016/17 campaign.