According to the Evening Standard, they were all caught inside four days on different parts of the A3 and Rudiger could be banned because he was travelling at over 100mph.
They reportedly all pleaded guilty but did not have to attend a hearing at Bromley Magistrates Court, held in the days before they headed to Azerbaijan for Chelsea’s Europa League final win over Arsenal.
Antonio Rudiger (centre) could be banned from driving after being caught speeding
Rudiger was caught on the same day as his Chelsea team-mate, Callum Hudson-Odoi
Rudiger was caught going between 101 and 109mph on a dual carriageway with a speed limit of 70mph on January 28.
He has entered a guilty plea and faces a court hearing on June 25, which he could have to attend.
Barkley and Hudson-Odoi, meanwhile, were both fined £700 and ordered to pay an extra £170 in court costs and given points on their licence.
Barkley received four points and Hudson-Odoi got three.
Ross Barkley was caught speeding on the same day he faced Tottenham in the Carabao Cup
On the same day that Rudiger broke the speed limit, Hudson-Odoi was clocked doing 64mph in a 50.
England international midfielder Barkley was caught four days earlier, on January 24, driving at 58mph in 40 zone.
That was the same day Chelsea beat Tottenham 2-1 in the Carabao Cup semi-final, with Barkley playing 81 minutes of the match.